18 Burst results for "Ed Smart"

"ed smart" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

07:49 min | 5 d ago

"ed smart" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Probably textbook but we all know the nfl. How easy these quarterbacks can move the ball down. The field agreed. I would have thrown thrown thrown sorta like a half ass inbetween type of thing. Run the ball twice beneath. Throw the ball and you leave him with one time out. It's like you know what i would have done. Their first down play action throw it into the end zone. Touchdown game overstep their next one. In one new york giants. That's what i would have done. But jason garrett doesn't have the balls so what happens joe. Joe says it may to timeouts. Wouldn't that come from the coach. Isn't he the one that makes that decision. Everything is passed through. Probably i mean just it goes back to the whole conservative nature. If you i don't know again we got one guy jumping off side because you know what you think about it. The strategy would have worked. Yes and no you think he makes eighteen at a twenty from forty eight yards. Oh grab goes making for fifty five yards left and right last night. Pretty special kick but i think most. Nfl kickers make brady what happened. What is going on saturdays. He's making fun of me. Some away from my mic okay. Giants zip codes away. So were you well. Because i'm making fun of you. That's why like this by run. Run pass boomers. Going to punch squires the sunday. The jets take tomba's getting ripped off. We'll hold on because that's coming Orioles beat the yankees in ten three. To here's aaron boone. Just a brutal finishes klay homes through a couple of wild pitches in the ninth allowing baltimore. Too tight has offense. Did nothing and then baltimore wins in the ten frustrated. Obviously you know thought clay through the ball well should should've closed it out and So frustrating but then just weren't able to you know we weren't able at on. All the pitches were not good but sanchez. Probably could've caught a couple that you know seem like it slipped out for whatever reason and i'm sure the elements had something to do with that But those are also balls. We got to drank. In front of the sand chino. You see two nights ago. I've never seen this before. Where the empire kicked out the grounds crew. Yes they were waiting for the big storm. Have you never noticed that before baseball. Let's go you have. A storm is about to hit weird. Here was a homes. He says the beat goes on. Just another another blow taken and keep him a forward Tomorrow's day a big day Minnesota allowing god get and then one more from joey. Gallo says we did what we could do. Data hit raining a lot in a little bit muddy and whatnot. so it's Just kind of one of those days that you know you're gonna have to grind through. And now they low credit to the one for seven with runners in scoring position. Ten men on base. They couldn't get the running from second base in the tent and so they finished the season series. Eleven and eight against the baltimore team. That's like eighty five games under five hundred yankees indians tonight on the fan at six twenty five after carmen roberts corey kluber zach. Police act to starters. They're mets phillies tonight. Taiwan walker taking on zack wheeler time. Now for a moment of the day brought to you by casa migos to kill a customer goes to kill a brought to you by those who drink it and this one does indeed go back to last night's game and a flag called on chase young as boomer tried to discuss you see the The rough passer call last night. I didn't care for it. I know what you're gonna say. Hello dolly. I thought he'd i actually thought it was a nice clean. Tackle all right so when i played it was i must taken a hundred of those things that you love the fact that it's the passer i do because what you guys. Don't understand that the defensive lineman end up throwing their higher. Wait on you and you don't see that it looks it. Looks like it's a. You know an inconsequential on his face. Go on take your diabetes meter thrown insulin. We get your point there. You guys have a great weekend moment on good friday. There's a lot of streaming services out there each filled with reality. Tv comedy drama. And of course superheroes but there's one dedicated entirely to nonfiction tv documentary films and that's curiosity stream history science nature. We've gotta space dinosaurs big cats. We've got that too and pretty much anything else. You wanna explore. Go ahead ed smart. Tv to your smart tv with curiosity street go to curiosity stream dot com to sign up and start streaming today. Millions of americans are using good rx to save on their prescriptions. Here is priscilla story. I ended up losing my job because of my biggest stress. I think was not knowing how i was going to be able to afford my medication. I went to the pharmacists. And she's like. I already got it. Don't worry about it. here's the rx. I just couldn't be more grateful. Join priscilla start saving up to eighty percent when your prescriptions and download. The app today in two thousand twenty rx users received an average savings of over seventy percent off retail. Prices are compensated for their time. Rex is not insurance eight. The morning show with boomer and geo after one week since boomer and i picked every game the same week one. We are tied at the top. Three wins two losses. Jerry in second place with the virtual tie in first place to wins three losses and as far as our prop bets go. Jerry's owen one. I was brought pets. We're in iowa. No with the prop bets. The boomer and geo football picks are sponsored by fan dole sportsbook america's number one sports book and the officials sports book of wfan five games at another prop. Jerry where do we start five games. Five games five games. We start in miami south florida the buffalo bills coming off the loss to the home loss to the steelers in miami against the dolphins the dolphins getting at home three and a half bounce back spot for the bills. You know it is one hundred percent. There's no way that this team is going to have any sort of agena with the miami. Dolphins i think too was not very good. I think the bills on both sides of the ball dominate this game. I'm gonna say the bills win. Thirty one to thirteen can be buffalo. Big to get right spot. Oh yeah. That's what. I think for josh allen and the buffalo bills i will i will take the The buffalo bills give the point of view. The miami dolphins. I hate to agree with you. Guys put the bills are simply the better team will take buffalo minus the three and a half as well all right. Gave number two steelers off the big win. Buffalo at home against the raiders. Who had a nice win in prime time on monday night. Football pittsburgh minus six and a half. That's steelers defense was suffocating suffocating. Against the bills. I mean they were all and by the way people forget that melvin ingram signed as a free agent and that steelers defense he formally of the la chargers replaced by debris. That's right and he is a veteran and he is good and it's still really good.

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"ed smart" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"ed smart" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"It's just before four in the morning on june. Fifth two thousand two when ed smart is jolted awake by his nine year old daughter. Mary catherine who is absolutely frantic. Saying someone took elizabeth now. It takes his second to kind of you to shake off the sweep and at first. He's like what is happening here. But mary catherine just says it again. A man came in and took elizabeth a man with a gun initially et is like this can't possibly be right. Mary catherine must have had a bad dream. They're going to find elizabeth. Here's somewhere in the house. I mean it. Wasn't that uncommon actually for elizabeth who is five years older to get fed up with mary catherine kicking or tossing and turning whatever and find another spot to sleep for the rest of the night usually the couch. But ed checks the couch and she's not there. Ed checks all through their utah home. The living room. The bedrooms closets bathrooms everywhere and she's nowhere to be found and mary. Catherine really doesn't sound like a kid waking up. From a bad dream she sounds wide awake wide awake and scared. And that's around the time. Lowest makes a discovery that brings all of the chaos of the last several minutes into sharp. Focus the kitchen window. Someone had cut through the screen of their kitchen window and a side door off of the kitchen is now unlocked. But ed knew that he had locked that door before he went to bed. Ed calls nine one one and immediately springs into action calling family and friends and neighbors and anyone that he can think of who might be able to help find. Elizabeth police arrive within about ten minutes of this and by the time they get there. The house is already starting to fill up with people. Ready to help. We're talking ed's family lowest. His family their friends neighbors. Like i said they were calling. Everyone even people from their church. I mean but the house is a crime scene. Right we're police able to get what they needed for. Like physical evidence before people started arriving and disrupting everything so it is a crime scene. Yes and this is one part of this story where there are conflicting accounts of how this really went down. I mean in a two thousand seventeen. A documentary called elizabeth. Smart autobiography police. Say that ed's first calls that morning actually went to family and friends like before he called nine one one yet but ed and other members of the smart family say absolutely not the case at definitely called nine one one..

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"ed smart" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"ed smart" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

"About town little, not safe for work. This one, we received an email from Megan who wanted to know about the possibility of building a rating system for sex in Romances. Answer is we don't think it's entirely feasible given how subjective heat levels can be for different readers but we had a lot to talk about we'll talk about Prime Day my younger child's Bar Mitzvah which was last weekend and the different levels of friendship. But we would really like to know what you think. What would your sex rating system for Romances looked like what? Elements would you want to highlight? Do you think this is doable email us we love hearing from you. You can email us at Bj J. podcast at Jamile dot com or you can leave us a message at one, two, one, three, seven, one, three, two, seven, two, and leave us a message. We love hearing you and thank you to Megan for this week's question. Now I know many of you are looking for podcasts to try in the Korn Times as we all hang out. Maybe you're back in the world I am not, but I'm still listening to a lot of podcasts and here is a suggestion for you to try. Good morning, everyone. This is Jackie Kennedy and I'm here with my First Cup of coffee every morning on Mondays Tuesdays Thursdays and Fridays I'm an award winning author of fantasy and romantic fantasy and I chat with you about what it's like to be a career author. I honestly share my daily challenges and triumphs in getting my novels written. I give insights into the business side being a writer and reflect on leading, fulfilling and creative life. Sit Down, and have a cup of coffee with me. If you would like to check out Jeffey Kennedy's First Cup of coffee. I will have links to where you can subscribe in the show notes Ed Smart, bitches trashy books, dot com slash podcast. This podcast is also brought to you by ritual a daily multivitamin that was obsessively researched for women. It is vegan friendly, sugar-free, non GMO gluten free and Allergen free and all of the sources for the nine nutrients inside provided for you to read and research on your own. I really like that they are dedicated to researching and sourcing ingredients that have low environmental impact enter as begin as possible, which is to say they're all Vegan. There's shades Vegan it's all Vegan. I also, really like that ritual is easy that new bottle is delivered right when I finished the old one and I really like the fact that I know exactly what's in each capsule and why it's there even the council's are transparent so I can see inside them. It's Kinda cool. Daily changes can lead to big results. So start small today ritual is offering my listeners ten percent off your first three months. Try it out satisfaction guaranteed. Go to ritual dot com forward slash Sarah to start your ritual today. That's ten percent off your first three months at ritual dot com slash Sarah. I have a compliment in this episode I love doing this and I hope I say this name, right? If I don't I'm very sorry but this is four rain were varying are. One of your many superpowers is inspiration you inspire people around you to be the better versions of themselves because you are one of the greatest most kindest excellent humans alive. If, you would like a complement of your very own have a look at the podcast Patriot at Patriot dot com slash smart fitches, and if you'd like to support the show at any amount, every pledge is deeply appreciated. The Patriot community helps me develop questions for upcoming guests and keeps the show. And most importantly, make sure that every episode has a transcript. Thank you to the podcast Patriot community for being? So fabulous if you would like to join Patriot dot com slash smart bitches. I will have links to all the books we talk about and some of the recipes we talk about because a man and I cannot talk to each other without at some point talking about food and I will end the episode with a terrible joke because that is how I roll and this week's joke comes from our weekly actually by by weekly are hear me out biweekly twice a week, right? Not every other week at least that's home using here twice a week Amanda I stream on twitch at twitch, dot TV, slash. SMART twitches because I'm awesome. We. Stream twice a week usually replaying star valley we might start playing a really creepy paranormal game but either way this week's joke comes from our twitch stream community who is an awesome group of people you hang out with us. We'll put the twitch info in the show notes but for now, let's get started me Amanda talking about.

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"ed smart" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"ed smart" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

", are we in those heady times now of there's a lot of excitement a lot of people saying terms like ten x hundred x kind of. . Defy another bubble just starting like the bubble in two thousand seventeen. . What's your thought? ? Defies a new web. . I don't think he's good as Crypto is. . As defined defined is. . Entirely, , decentrally smart contracts on a theory of autonomous I think that's what we mean by defy. . So I'd say we are in a noble under the ICO style bubble where the very haley stages of it. . I mean the time defy is really just tied to come into SA mainstream consciousness I mean in Crypto so it's What I meant by is people a using the ton defy in the same way that people were using the term ICO excitement. . So it's become I oversee decentralized finances Is is a broader thing but that buzzword of defy defy projects their projects, , what what defy project is now is it going one hundred, , x, , ten tax the seems to be that groundswell of excitement out there and some detractors speak into a saying this is just another bubble. . It's GonNa pop soon, , I personally think this is a good way to run yet and I wanted to chat to you about do we think is going to be different this time? ? Are there any lessons we can learn? ? Is this a ton of opportunity and those type of things? ? Really. . Right so it depends on the individual. So . is it going to be different this time? ? No because you're going to get all the first time foam was coming in. . To the defy and that they're not going to learn that lesson yet because ain't been through it before they're not into a like. . stratospheric rising thousand gains that haven't learned that lesson. Yeah. . . You and I, , have been through that right? ? Haven't we crypto for several years before he's still didn't prepares for it did it. . But now we've been through that wave. . We've got the experience it will recognize the seconds I round. . Of New uses just just having experience and the same thing will happen get to them. . Yeah. . So how so if anybody's coming into this space of the moment I mean. . I'm sure studying this stuff is at least as much as I just looking at all this raft defy projects and. . Every every time I open twitter or one of the social media things somebody talking about you know the next one of the. . Big Barter Trade One was part of which was I think that's one of the fastest selling. So . I've seen since back in two thousand, , seventeen sold out in one minute at the public cell level and there was this kind of hysteria. . Again of people desperately trying to get into I was watching on telegram desperately trying to get in and I just thought wow, this , all smells a bit familiar to two thousand seventeen. . So we went ICO, , and then we went I e initial exchange offering, , which was supposed to bring some kind of. . Quality control say two, , the initial coin offering. . So that was Kinda Goad. . The difference with defy you don't even have that. . Right. . So As when I see if someone wants to raise funds look I'm going to single anyone in particular about all these defy products have token. . The often trade on the platforms that launching. . So that's one way of raising money I. . Suppose if you can get your token trading and that was the key CEO's wasn't it if you could get least exchange, , then the price could rise in the founders could generate some income well, , doesn't even rely on the ICO's thing or the thing anymore if you launch it defies Korea Ed smart contracts think about Yam for example. . As soon as people start trading it, if , you the founder got some founders tokens pre mind what if you want to call it? ? You can sell them on a decentral and there's nothing anyone can do about it. . Right? ? It's <hes>. . It's the same problem is how do you know I'm not actually? ? Trying to keep up this time because. . So much time wasted journey is Yoda is 'cause you just did not know what was what I'm not following into anything this time if I missed the Yumbo if I miss this about, , okay right I'm going to wait for the initial rise unfold and then see what sticks and then I'll look into it. .

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Is DeFi Boom Going To Be Like The ICO Boom? - Chris Coney

The Cryptoverse

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Is DeFi Boom Going To Be Like The ICO Boom? - Chris Coney

"Are we in those heady times now of there's a lot of excitement a lot of people saying terms like ten x hundred x kind of. Defy another bubble just starting like the bubble in two thousand seventeen. What's your thought? Defies a new web. I don't think he's good as Crypto is. As defined defined is. Entirely, decentrally smart contracts on a theory of autonomous I think that's what we mean by defy. So I'd say we are in a noble under the ICO style bubble where the very haley stages of it. I mean the time defy is really just tied to come into SA mainstream consciousness I mean in Crypto so it's What I meant by is people a using the ton defy in the same way that people were using the term ICO excitement. So it's become I oversee decentralized finances Is is a broader thing but that buzzword of defy defy projects their projects, what what defy project is now is it going one hundred, x, ten tax the seems to be that groundswell of excitement out there and some detractors speak into a saying this is just another bubble. It's GonNa pop soon, I personally think this is a good way to run yet and I wanted to chat to you about do we think is going to be different this time? Are there any lessons we can learn? Is this a ton of opportunity and those type of things? Really. Right so it depends on the individual. So is it going to be different this time? No because you're going to get all the first time foam was coming in. To the defy and that they're not going to learn that lesson yet because ain't been through it before they're not into a like. stratospheric rising thousand gains that haven't learned that lesson. Yeah. You and I, have been through that right? Haven't we crypto for several years before he's still didn't prepares for it did it. But now we've been through that wave. We've got the experience it will recognize the seconds I round. Of New uses just just having experience and the same thing will happen get to them. Yeah. So how so if anybody's coming into this space of the moment I mean. I'm sure studying this stuff is at least as much as I just looking at all this raft defy projects and. Every every time I open twitter or one of the social media things somebody talking about you know the next one of the. Big Barter Trade One was part of which was I think that's one of the fastest selling. So I've seen since back in two thousand, seventeen sold out in one minute at the public cell level and there was this kind of hysteria. Again of people desperately trying to get into I was watching on telegram desperately trying to get in and I just thought wow, this all smells a bit familiar to two thousand seventeen. So we went ICO, and then we went I e initial exchange offering, which was supposed to bring some kind of. Quality control say two, the initial coin offering. So that was Kinda Goad. The difference with defy you don't even have that. Right. So As when I see if someone wants to raise funds look I'm going to single anyone in particular about all these defy products have token. The often trade on the platforms that launching. So that's one way of raising money I. Suppose if you can get your token trading and that was the key CEO's wasn't it if you could get least exchange, then the price could rise in the founders could generate some income well, doesn't even rely on the ICO's thing or the thing anymore if you launch it defies Korea Ed smart contracts think about Yam for example. As soon as people start trading it, if you the founder got some founders tokens pre mind what if you want to call it? You can sell them on a decentral and there's nothing anyone can do about it. Right? It's It's the same problem is how do you know I'm not actually? Trying to keep up this time because. So much time wasted journey is Yoda is 'cause you just did not know what was what I'm not following into anything this time if I missed the Yumbo if I miss this about, okay right I'm going to wait for the initial rise unfold and then see what sticks and then I'll look into it.

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"ed smart" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"ed smart" Discussed on This Week In Google

"I don't know I'm not. I'm not a prude. But I didn't really think that that I wanted to cover just a bit but it it just proving Stacy's point that now everything is not everything needs Ed smart. You're absolutely right and I think that's really kind of the other thing you kind of get from. Cvs It's just this overwhelming. Everybody's striving savings so hard. Everybody wants to be the next Unicorn and especially like the sands basement which it feels like a science fair park trash apart art. It's fun and I employ. You know I talked. We talked to the Italian company that is making the courage of olive oil and at first I was disappointed. 'cause I thought Oh you. Just bring your olives. And they'll squash him but no you have to buy their prepackaged Jews Sara the prepackaged frozen frozen all of their own and then you put the capsule in their olive and then like this much olive oil comes out. This is like what was that curry. What was the other one? The stacy had she wrote them. Ready Matic or though that was the junior Sara Sara Sara Sara. Yes and then. There was the hurry. This is also in Eureka. Park the courage of Muffin ovens. You might like this stacey muscle. It'll todd's little pods specially built oven to take odd single site Mino-. I know her face phones. You know what there was such a crowd which Lisa and I tried to get video this guy three or four times. It kept coming back and there were so many people there and I think they were just there for the muffins but there were just couldn't ever we. I think we got video of it but did you put video of that in the does anybody they know yeah..

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"ed smart" Discussed on X96

X96

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"ed smart" Discussed on X96

"Of her friends comfortably comfortably ads you look great by the way it's ME the originally funny the original peloton at launch the November twenty one and was blasted on social media saying Ruiz's husband this gave her his super fit wife of body shaming gift and that she seemed like a grim hostage to the exercise regimen peloton has said in the statement that the company was disappointed in how some have misinterpreted the ads message and noted it has received an outpouring of support from people who like to be yet but Ryan Reynolds is made a very funny take on it Mr murder pants is loose again Mr murder pants loosen the Utah wilds she narrowing bobcat known as Mr well Mister murder britches is he related to Mister fluffy pets in your house no they're not really they're both cats yes but they're not related why don't you take my word for these guys are so so well they must be related because their cats Mr murder bridges was killing a chicken's income error though so wildlife officers moved him out of town they captured him and they have been in captivity for a while but they have released him into the wild somewhere away from the place where he was killing chickens wildlife officials say that he was healthy released a not all that far from town but they're hoping he doesn't make his way back I'm glad they did that they would let him go rather than kill and yeah he was pretty vicious though he he was there was video of him taking swipes of wildlife guys and you know he was pretty pretty pretty spree was a well he was Mister murder bridges ed smart the father of Elizabeth smart has of spoken openly now about coming out as gay he he said now he will reveal the fact accidentally in a Facebook post last August post entitled mainly for his family and friends but this past weekend speaking at in circle a group that supports LGBTQ people he spoke about coming out these calling it of the second miracle of his life the first miracle of course when his daughter was found alive after being kidnapped for several months found walking this down the streets of sandy after spending a horrific few months with the with the menu well he said that was the first miracle the second miracles when I finally came out and and I was accepted by my family and my friends now look last hour you did this story you left out the part of it that bothered me month hi good intentionally let go but I would like to bring it up he said I thought Elizabeth's ordeal was very difficult but this one is more difficult he said now there are two ways to take that either he means for him personally dealing with my daughter being raped and kidnapped was difficult me coming out as gay is more difficult or what she went through is difficult but what I'm going through his more difference not only men those the only two ways you can take what not the way to what he's saying is what we all had to go through you know the a little the ordeal of Elizabeth what the family went through that was difficult it was then you've got you cannot deny that would be difficult for his wife or ham sore her siblings that's what he was saying it was incredibly difficult but took what why he he's comparing two things you can't compare he's saying this is more difficult than that in whatever way he meant it you shouldn't be doing that have this conversation about this difficult time you're having but why bring what the horrible thing that happened to your daughter into the one he's bringing up is the is how it affected the family too it was a horrible several months for the family and that was horrible for that family and for himself for his what he's saying it's more horrible the and that he says that he's for him personally it was more it was more horrible than how he felt at that time I I have a problem with that but okay I okay I would it's just what you know how he felt eyes not comparing what she went through to what he went through that's not what he's doing he's comparing what the family went through I know what I'm saying on either side of that that's a horrible thing to say that this is worse than that that's a in whatever way we give you it gives you a pretty good indication that may be of how horrible it is for a man to remain closeted for sixty year eyes not taking that away from him well and comparing it okay and saying it's worse than this other horrible thing that happened he shouldn't have said that is what I thought okay sports weather traffic all I still love my you all right and if you want to take that flight down okay hello from greatly siren it they had a great season I'm a little disappointed that my holiday travel plans have been thwarted because we were gonna go to either the Rose Bowl or or maybe even the peach bowl you know I'm not going to go the Alamo bowl I want to go to the Alamo don't make me go to the Alamo bowl they got my soul so down there they're not even playing a ranked team I don't know how these things work stay yeah but aren't they plan art don't they need your support don't come here to go to San Antonio to watch them play in the morning is going to walk to they're not even going to play a ranked team is it even televised one to say that well I don't know how these things work UHF why didn't you say that to that football player McDonald's running playing a ranked team although all mention that again I was at a restaurant and I saw a youth football player there who some other patron approached him and started off which one I'm sure they're all getting wherever they go is man you guys what happened that much and he was so polite and nice to this guy and I know it we we were really disappointed what happened you're not even plan a raid that's sports weather we've cleared out the error we all of us I give us all credit for because I'm sure you all did the right thing and weren't driving as much an idling I hope your anyway a better quality today thirty nine for a high fat cats has perfect stocking 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"ed smart" Discussed on X96

X96

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"ed smart" Discussed on X96

"Of bad Brad Wheeler is is just beside himself and I in on but rightfully Joan queen has died at the age of one hundred he and Brad were very close go was a pioneering jazz saxophonist and northern Utah resident Ogden resident for the past like hundred the almost a hundred years well he he was in his twenties when he came dog and it was in nineteen actually I think it was December seventh nineteen forty five you know the date he came when Joe McQueen came to Ogden Utah and he never left a he was a jazz musician he was with his band they were touring through you Utah three and the stopped playing all good and he got the fight with one of his band members and he said does the band get the main member had a knife but I had a gun and we both got thrown in jail by the Ogden cops and he said when I got got out of jail he got out of jail the band left and I thought you know what kind of like the splits and he and his wife almost just stayed in Ogden for the rest of the rest of their lives the he when he was he played with all of the great musicians as well because often used to be a place where they would stay there the trains would stop and jazz musicians will be on the train coming from New York to play in LA or vice versa they'd stop and have a layover in in Ogden and Joe McQueen inevitably would end up playing with all of the great Charlie Parker and a Louis Armstrong inlaid with them now a bunch of other people he was he he thought he was going to get out of music for a while when he would visit when he was in agri became a Porter with the rail rail road and worked did that for a long time but music always stayed in his life and then the last part of his life it was a big part of it and he played all the time up until I swear it was not weeks ago he was over at Gracie once a week now so we'll talk more about Joe coming up Renee abortion law has died as well he was seventy nine years old a prolific actor best known for his roles on Star Trek Deep Space Nine Benson and he played father Mulcahy in the original movie mash he died Sunday at his home in Los Angeles of metastatic lung cancer warning to his son Remy version wall name after the rat but he was he did a voice in that to do me I believe yes earlier beauty and the beast one of them did but he he's a little mermaid little mermaid that's an he was constantly working he yeah he he was AT and he was great he he was a great always good in one yeah follow him on Twitter he always took very interesting photographs and would tweet them and Carol Spinney has died as well the voice of Big Bird on Sesame Street and Oscar the grouch as well I reviews eighty five retweeted yesterday I follow Muppets history on order then they had a clip from when Mister Hooper died yeah yeah and it's they had a funeral for Mister Hooper and and they're trying to explain to Big Bird what what death is and it I'm spree at a heavy thing for Sesame Street but see Big Bird people live a lot longer than bird was if you want to go to my Twitter you can see it it's very very sweet also let's see what else going on here volcano erupted in New Zealand an island and a and I didn't realize how bad this was until I just look at a picture I and it's it's so it's an island which is essentially a volcano half of it's not there anymore wow this is an island where people would go volcanic island the people well would do taken as a tourist attraction they know at least five people have been confirmed killed after the volcano erupted with little or no warning on the popular island destination off the eastern coast of New Zealand dozens of tourists were trapped there they're expecting the death toll to rise but there are after shocks there's ash everywhere X. ninety six dot com slash live there's another shot of that you can find it of it shows it from a little further away you go to X. ninety six dot com slash five seeking find that Merion it's it it looks like a at least a third of that it that island is just missing all on that side we can't quite see their nature scary twenty three people including five dead twenty three people evacuated on Monday they're saying that probably well there are dozens of people missing dozens and that probably Miller echo that they will remain missing Ellie that X. ninety six dot com slash live that's just the it just blew the whole island just kind of blew us so the I'm still not clear what went on in this attack in Pensacola Florida the FBI says it consists conducting a terrorism investigation into the shooting at the Naval Air Station Pensacola new information has been coming in slowly about the gunman's training at the facility add the three people were killed as the FBI continues to conduct interviews with everyone at the Naval Air Station Pensacola who may have had contact with the gunman identified as second lieutenant Muhammad al Shami ashram runny a new report emerge that the Saudi trainee had filed a formal complaint earlier this year against one of his instructors who left him in fury aided in class by tagging him with the derogatory nickname ruled the complaint quoted in a communication circulated among people connected to the flight training so that the instructor referred to lieutenant as porn stash in front of about ten other aviation students yeah so he he has a mustache and the in the NBA and the instructor in sensitively no people from Saudi Arabia particularly Muslims are very they're they're very anti porn and very so you refer to the guys porn stash fits that certain something that's very insulting to him now that does they should just call the maggot like you don't hello everybody man that doesn't that doesn't you know necessitate you get a gun and go shooting penal but that may have had something to do with his rampage ed smart the father of Elizabeth smart has opened up and started talking about what it's like to come out as a gay man late in life he said there were two miracles in his life the first he said was when his daughter Elizabeth was found alive nine months after she was kidnapped here in Utah in two thousand two it always hold held out hope that she would return home and feels unbelievably blessed that she did the second miracle he said is less obvious those still powerful and something he never thought would happen he sometimes worries that he doesn't deserve it after the first miracle buddy came earlier this year when at the age of sixty four he decided to come out as gay and was rather than shown warmly accepted by his family and his friends and his neighbors this was something I could no longer keep back he said on Saturday at a conference and Lee high so posted by in circle a nonprofit organization that helps LGBT Q. use find support he said I'm grateful for the love and support I felt it was the first time smart is so spoken publicly since coming out he told friends he was gay in August it was a Facebook post that was intended just for his friends and family but that's the thing about this book a can you get gold gold if you work quickly well in give specially if you don't quite know exactly what you're doing if you hit the wrong button it will send it out to everybody he said that because of his sexual orientation he no longer found found comfortable or felt comfortable in the Utah based church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints the Salt Lake Tribune always has to put the Utah based as though they're writing from another state the story might get picked up spread around yeah of which he's been a life long member of the inner circle event on Saturday focused on identity acceptance and those tensions between Mormonism and the LGBTQ community as one speaker put it we're gay members are instructed not to act on their intentions smart said the church has taught me to love the sinner and hate the sin and then I thought well how can you divide the two you know if you know what you do is what you are and he focused on how we came out the lobby received what people can do to welcome others I gains of marauding Krampus Christmas doubles are accused of a string of attacks across Austria Grampus devils we've been accused of a record number of assaults starting fights leaving people bloody in the streets in the build up to their centuries old Krampus stay in Austria an eleven year old had the his fiery cut well another spectator was hit in the face by one of the devil's in Carinthia Austria firefighters were beaten up by a group of Krampus is a group of Krampus server name for that I think it should be a crampon should be it should be a good a a crash of Krampus and the it shows all my god it shows these people dressed in devil costumes beating people with sticks things have gone not in Austria I can this group this thing a little too seriously is mangled and arrange looking monsters which originated from pre Germanic paganism and folklore I don't I eat maybe it maybe started pre Germanic but its continued throughout Germanic lore they are they have the task of punishing children who misbehave on Krampus mock on the evening of December fifth when St Nicholas rewards the good well if you're not good Kompas comes and beat you with a stick apparently doesn't E. three in a bag and yeah there's a loans of theirs abode in all the time I can't remember exactly which the it's the cramps fairy also all of to find it did Stephen Cole bear explains it up perfectly but there are pictures of the city at the elaborate a masks and costumes that these people put on and they are extremely frightening and their Katie's on a plane headed for Austria yes this.

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"ed smart" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"ed smart" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"Because this was her fault that this it doesn't matter as the gum was chewed willingly. We're not exactly. It's the gun still chewed. She's still done. I heard I heard one account of a woman a twenty seven year old woman who was checking the rear view Mirror on what she was driving around with her fiance thinking that someone was following her to police their sex even though she had never even kissed him like. This is the depth of this paranoia that is instilled in in people is insane. Well here's the thing. If that was on the campus of Brigham Young University it was probably true. We'll talk about that another time but you know a person we all know. A mutual acquaintance of ours is a woman just a couple of years older than me and she was a young woman when there was a serial killer that was working in Utah called Ted Bundy and working like he hadn't signed and shoot. This person in question was a young woman in the Mormon Church and all the young women were called into in her ward. Were called into a meeting and told to stop dressing so slutty because is that would make him want. Whoever this person was nobody knew yet would make him want to kill them and if they did not die trying to protect their virtue the sin was on them? Yeah that's purely culture. It's it is insane. I mean look you look at the Bible. The Bible actually says that if a woman doesn't scream loud enough when she's being raped. It's her own fault like this is this goes back. The current of this runs really deep and the good news about that uncle. Mark is the person who said that to our mutual friend is almost certainly dead. Well there's also the the the crazy duality especially that you plant in girls heads in this period of culture that you must be you must be attractive but not too attractive you must be Men must must find you desirable but not to desirable right so or totally desirable but only that one guy should find your desire totally desirable and somehow you should manage you to not turn on any other men and Yeah it's impossible position to put them in now. Mind you. I don't want to downplay how how crazed this can also be for boys because we were all victims of this and it was an it did mess us up up late. This idea that I mean. I thought I was sending every time I masturbated which as a teenager I don't know about y'all I mean I do know that the the U. Mark say that you you've said on the show. You didn't masturbate until you're in your twenties. I don't know how that's even physically possible. I'm not sure how your balls didn't explode. I say me me for me. It was like I I I went a month without masturbating one time just to be godly and I almost died I I feel like I could. I could have died. I was very good on my. This is the subject of conversation. I was very good on my mission. But I've stumbled so to speak. Yeah and had to have those conversations and you know it's just the shame and the Ryaing and like I have let down everyone everyone I have failed worthy masturbated yes it's natural and young men and men should be doing that into women should be doing doing that but yeah but certainly young men and it's glorious. I think about the programming I got where my little secret you know. There was never a switch that could be flipped and and my sexuality was going to be. Okay right right. He's Never GonNa Cross. I was never going to cross the marriage threshold and then it was going to be all right I it was it was the sin adjacent to murder murder homosexuality and so that luckily hasn't affected me at all. You made it entirely unscathed. Talk to your point uncle mark. That's exactly what Ed smart did. Yeah a gay man who married a woman try desperately hide from his sexuality and yeah and it all turned out okay. Everything went great. And who who have suspected with your Ed Smart. But that's that's the topic. So here's the thing. Obviously obviously this is unhealthy. This thinking is terrible. It can lead to paranoia self hatred of fear of intimacy depression masochism all sides and and often suicide and all of that continues even after you've left the religion. Yes so I you know part of what I wanted wanted to say was just if you're you know if any of our listeners are experiencing these things just know your normal like this shit is insidious it gets it gets the tendrils go deep into your on Yonge into your soul and it takes time and work. That's right to slowly extract attract all of this crazy. The that wasn't your fault but it was in. It was programmed into you from a young age. It's almost like you're saying I'm telling. Children terribly unhealthy and dangerous. Things is a bad idea. It's almost like I'm saying there's more to life. There's more to life than Oh you know delivering your package of DNA living long enough to deliver your package of DNA into a place where it will replicate you. But that's what we're built for for that for me. That is what the system is right so you cannot. You will not be able to change that. You cannot change that now you maybe. We should acknowledge that there are certain people who are a sexual and that's fine too. There's nothing wrong with that. I was talking about but I in large in the for those of us who feel those urges that that biological pole. Yeah that's normal. That's okay go out and have some fun all of it. I I recently saw clip. I think it was from weeds where a guy is a guy in his. Maybe thirties is talking to a kid and as is a in his early teens and he's lecturing him on the best ways to masturbate. Why you should do it? What you should masturbate into like like we had to clean up the Goo and it was it felt transgressive to me and I asked myself wait? No that's what. We should be teaching teaching kids. That's how we should be talking to these kids. What are we doing? Why did that feel wrong to me? Yeah because the programming and the truth through this that if you actually if we actually spoke the way we ought to kids we could get arrested like the fact that people are still our country. Country is still so puritanical that yeah a person who speaks in a way that's healthy children and acts in a way that is very healthy including thing letting them see a human body without freaking out about it you can you can be arrested for that and if convicted possibly put on sex offenders list you you know what's crazy about. That is the irony that our current president is the most lecherous porn star fucking person ever gusting obvious rape wrong with this country. Yeah well you know being white and male and and heterosexual has its privileges. Yes now let's enjoy those. Let's yeah well everybody get out there and have some sex and again get therapy if you if you need it and good view as Darrell. Ray said your your first and last sex partner may likely be yourself so. Don't count that out get. It added good time all right. Let's move on well well friends. That's it for this week scattered. Show if you've got a tune in your in your buck tune We'd love to hear from you..

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"ed smart" Discussed on X96

X96

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"ed smart" Discussed on X96

"There's not Cole is is of the past centuries it's okay it's not a thing that's going to be used well in Intel after the nuclear Holocaust level needed a need cold again at some point but you know when we were just when we're living in a radioactive wasteland the mutants we'll need will need coal for their fires and ed smart yeah why is this a wordpress wrap it up I was gonna say ed smart father of Elizabeth smart who was famously kidnapped from these Salt Lake City the family Salt Lake City home in two thousand two is going to give a speech for the first time since announcing he is gay at an LGBT Q. conference the the issue a public statement in August regarding his sexual orientation he's going to speak at the third annual in circles summit on December seventh which will feature more than twenty five speakers in thirty workshops for more than a thousand or for more than a thousand LGBTQ youth young adults parents educators and others Dan runs of imagine dragons Kate Kaelin Allen of the Ellen show miles McKenna a youtuber an activist and peppermint a singer activist and actress will also be at the summit all right let's see sports weather traffic real monarchs verses el Paso locomotive in the Western Conference finals this Saturday the ninth of November is lines being stadium in Herriman it's at one PM now you can enter to win a four pack of tickets by texting the word score two three three nine eight six or you could just get your own tickets at RSL dot com slash monarchs weather as we were kind of saying already the air quality not great and part of how you know that is it's warm down here can tell when it's warm in November that that's when the inversion starts building in wormtail be about sixty and sunny and we're going to have sixties throughout the rest of the week not a lot of storms coming in to mix that air up so please try to limit your driving carpool if you can think about your trips before you leave the house that sort of thing I think we've got.

"ed smart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"ed smart" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"This is all brought to you by the Park Place dealerships would have been part of our D. of Debbie and this show for many years twelve years I think they've been with us they've got all the luxury cars in fact that's where I got my Maserati was it part place but they've got roles and Bentley and karma and I mean the Lexus Mercedes. ed smart. wait wait if you're the owner of the dealerships on our Dallas show this morning that's the last question I just got to know what's the future smart and he goes there is not. you said they've actually stop. producing them or selling them in the United States importing of does not import yeah we're gonna sell what they got we have that story in our newsletter printed six months ago. it was kind of a somewhat to me because I knew that was coming well yeah when they were getting like forty seven units a month prior to a Cameri getting a hundred and forty thousand units or something like that it was it was absolutely crazy if you have to subscribe to our free newsletter you can do so right now car pro USA dot com we had a lot of great stories this week one that a lot of people paid attention to was my true story from a former car dealer of the week and it was as us describe to us that it was the hardest one of the entire series that I ever wrote I felt I really felt I read it before of course the first time you put it out but I really felt bad for you mean I felt bad not just not bad I was reading that and what you had to go through because of an overzealous bunch of people in the attorney general's office I feel sorry for and then I had to re live it this week you know go through it again make sure that the other one making any changes to let's talk to Mike in Torrance California kick this hour off much welcome to car pro USA. thank you I want to buy a Lexus are acts and I went in to buy a three fifty with all wheel drive I found because I live in southern California they're all mostly front wheel drive and I learned that the hybrid version is all wheel drive and I wondered hadn't even consider that but I wonder what you thought about the out for maintenance. costly battery replacement on the road resale thing now market it's the Toyotas got the best tablet system out there and I've said that for years and they were the first they've got it down they did the best the batteries last the longest those batteries in that vehicle are likely to make it to two hundred thousand miles when you go to replace them they're expensive there about four hundred that for four thousand dollars but think about a two hundred thousand mile gas vehicle if you had put into that it's going to be that much money or potentially more so two you know if you guys right now or punch up on four dollars a gallon and for the savings what the thing I love that Toyota does whether we're talking Toyota or Lexus they don't couch their customers they don't over charge for the hybrid system because every time a review however that do the math for you I say okay here's the increase in fuel economy here's how much the aging process I'm you know how how long does it take to break even for the extra money and it it'll lowered gas amount is three dollars a gallon you can break even this thing about forty four years and still have a lot of life left if gas stays where it is today especially in southern California then that time frame drops down to about three years I'll bet in the performance is better to back until you get the hybrid end and I guarantee you'll love. any thoughts about between the two thousand nineteen in the two thousand twenty upgrade that's going on yeah we we just had a store in our newsletter last week telling me about all the upgrades and everything and we had pictures and videos and all kinds of stuff from an event that we went to the thing that's missing is price and there are some nice incentives on the not teams right now and it's a spectacular vehicle fit were made well let me ask you this how long you keep. probably six eight years of late. if you if you keep it that long whether to nineteen or twenty years ago making the difference in resale value I'd get the that Tina pocket savings. great well thank you Hey ever great dealer at my website go to car per USA dot com click on certified dealers you'll find Lexus of Santa Monica and they are some fantastic people one of the biggest Lexus dealers in southern California and manners the GM just a great guy if you'll talk to him telling messenger hero at the red carpet for you and he is ready to move those not teens by the way. thank you for your call it is the end of the month and the end of the quarter and that means some really spectacular deals through Monday night so don't miss out be sure and follow our process from car pro USA that's the only way.

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"ed smart" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark

Dr. Drew After Dark

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"ed smart" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark

"Mail dot Com and thanks for being a part of this being so supportive and make me feel welcome into the white family and it has been a real privilege and a lot of fun through the show so we appreciate you being a part of it and feel like I'm resurrecting love line a little bit but this is a far more disgusting version of it. I guess thank you the guys in back from videos to us. Today will be apparently we'll be no exception. Yeah we got some good ones for young welcome to the show just Martindale Justin. Yes very good to be good to see yeah you as well so Justin Ivan Swing the same waters for few years you have all the same friends no and then we finally met each other at Jim Jefferies a a coming out party his party yeah. He got his citizenship finally finally and he's another one. We've got to get up here on the show him. If you go oh yeah of course oh I think I saw you at his podcast to that's where I am. I'm like yeah that makes sense yeah yes. This is a good by taking me on the road with him. So we're having a good time. Do you do stand up with him. You do oh my God this fantastic yeah and then we're doing actually a show together on Tuesday at the Roxie or during the the comedy jam where we have to like do stand up and then seeing with a live band what could go wrong. We find yeah. I'm having a good time with him. Oh my brother to me now now. It's crazy so you know we've warned you. This show in addition to the discussing videos questioned the stuff. We have to hear about you. Grew Up. I grew up in San Antonio Texas and is club coming somewhere in San Antonio. This is actually I felt. It was appropriate. Just sounds gross. He does sound growth. It's Alan Cummings Bart's. It's my favorite bar in New York. City is coming up club coming yeah. Where is it advice on the village I chalk. It's a nice a nice little like gritty. Gritty cabaret bar got like a piano. You'll see like some well. We my wife frequence all the karaoke bars millage. There's a the monster and what's the famous one where the where the famous standoff was stonewall. Dot and they've got that upstairs Karaoke yeah. We've been tiny yes but we'll go yeah. That's fair yeah. It's pretty bad ass like you'll just you'll be there and then all of a sudden like this. Guy Oh we dressed rest up as Jesus and just start stripping on a pole and you're like this is where I feel at home. We have to go. It's pretty bad ass. I love it probably me no. It's not at all Jesus Jesus but I had to merge the is it fair to call it a gay bars. It's because the bars in the village allege. There's nothing better New York City public than those bars. Oh it's a really it's like a divy cabaret Barkan be. It's so comfortable in those. That's what we like going because he we could say not seeing whatever it's just. It's just it's not like one of those like snow are all. I'm sure you could find poppers yes but like if you're in anyway so San Antonio Yeah before the river walk had been invented or is the river walk had just been invented wanted. I want to say I remember going to like the river walk in some yeah. It's pretty cool little thing. I love it a lot. It's really fun to watch drunk. People fall in like during festivities. I get that it's so small you don't really have that much room to fallen or what you can't get real troubles now like a swift moving over forever now. I'm pretty sure you can get diptheria though if you fall in or something yes some high foyer thank you some eighteen hundreds fungus so so so gripe in Texas that must be interesting. It was fun. Ten attorneys a little more cosmopolitan. A lot of people think compared to many parts yeah right. It's not Austin we yeah no. It's very it's very culturally. It's honestly like when people ask me. It was like the best place to grow up as a kid. No a really was it was just we we ha- you have like the city part of it but then you also have like the surrounding neighborhoods which are just you know. All the families knew each other. We all went to high school together. We all played sports and we did like team events and what was your partitions. My sport was theater. Oh because you could imagine that you could have gone basketball or I could have gone basketball or football but I was just to gay and didn't know it did you didn't know your gate how and why knew it but I didn't know it it was Oh God here we go. I'm just strap on because I think I think that we use zeroed in on something really helpful other people which is I knew it but didn't know it Elizabeth Smart Father. I just saw that on the way over here so crazy. It's crazy but I've interviewed the man he's a Ed smart. Ed Smart Elizabeth Smart is the young Utah Youth at fourteen was inducted moons house and was rape Burleigh for nine months G. O. Brainwash horrible story yeah and her for data almost went out of his mind course like because of his persistence she was found again if any of you both of them and it is one of the most lovely guys you've ever met. I wasn't sure what I was GONNA. Get Yeah but but I don't remember I think I had an inkling something. Something was up. Yeah I always now come out as gay and he's left the Mormon Church because he didn't feel good sort of survived. There's an openly gay man. God bless him. God bless him but but it but it made the top of mind for you today. These things like young people not really understanding themselves right and and so you know but you don't know is a great way of describing something yeah it was that for you it was weird because I was never. I was like growing up. I always was was very creative and expressive and I loved I loved pretending as a kid like I always used my imagination nation and I would like you know get on my bike and go ride. My bike can pretend that I was you know some characters. I don't know it was just always duwamish. Mommy S who was there any gender bending stuff going on your as young as part of the pretending that no I never the I like putting on makeup but it was like for stage or Halloween like that and it was never you know I I remember like maybe I put on like my mom's high heels like maybe once but that wasn't like I never thought of myself elvas like maybe I'm a woman or maybe it was just it was just fun. I like to play dress up yeah or if it was like a pirate or a you know a costumes costumes costumes new. I think I had a thing about that. I think that's more a performing games. Thanks so I was a kid. I remember I had like a classic. The cowboy outfit and Halloween was something I loved when I was a late adolescent. Don't like Halloween. Also I still love Halloween. It's is my favorite thing in the world but I remember my mom. Tells me the story all the time. She took me to a production of Dracula when I was like two years old at like a community theater our function I guess and I don't know why my mom took me to that but I remember I remember it. Though like I remember seeing these women on stage like covered in blood screaming and as the customers year olds would do the two year old and my mom's still ask any trauma and challenge uh-huh I remember my mom tells me that I looked over and I was like I want to do that and she was like. Oh God what be a woman covered in blood and I was like no I want to do what they're doing like being on stage and so. I think that's what I got it. I identified as it as story being told not as like this is terrifying and I need to get out of it. Is it was the attraction I WANNA be up there part of that fantasy with them or just admire the perform. You know it's kind of a weird al it's got a very funny fantasy yeah. I just love I think I I don't know I think it was just like the attention and the and the forming the performance it was not I want to be with them. No no no no no no no yeah and then musical gift people that you know what I don't like sales. That's that's that's the surprise me the gays do not like me for not liking as a sure yeah. I. I don't know I I have more straight friends than I do gay friends what you just said. I know a diamond in the rough. I like them but like but then like. I just feel like everyone just like they just to you know that wicked. Oh my God oh dear. I did a Mormon though Orman girl yeah so you were you were dating women in high school. I crush a lot of pus yeah and you and you were not like. Did you have the thoughts about. Maybe that's not yes all the time like why isn't this good for me. Yes I didn't lose my virginity my Virginia until I was nineteen which is like really the old for Texas and then that was horrifying horrifying horrifying horrifying because it was just the worst experience. It's AFL super awkward and it's not it was just awkward and I didn't know what I was doing and I made myself do it. I mean I was like it was weird. I'm like why am I planning manning the date of meal and it was my birthday. Oh God it was like I'm GONNA lose move virginity when I'm nineteen and I'm going to just do it. I had a girlfriend girlfriend at the time and like it wasn't her fault but like I like to blame her. We wait so this was this was your girlfriend or was it. Yes and you phrase friends now or no. Oh no no no but never broke up so technically. We're still dating yeah so we never really liked. Shut it down and I think she's married so she's cheating on me. So she's the bad person of course yeah and and did you think about your sexuality van when that all went down yeah because I remember I remember like stealing like like What are they called like like men's magazines your as a kid that's that's what a Weirdo and then like hiding them or it was just because straight man higher steel women but I was just like this confused Kayla unlike a barnes and noble like when they like stealing porn warrants but that's just straight out male sexual yeah yeah. You know what I mean. Men You take God did that to fifty year. Old Male is cruel. Yeah I mean think about it. I won't let nobody talks about my sex talk. Literally was my mom's sitting me down and going a man participates is in a woman's Vagina. It feels really good. All right by school was really what it was and I was like well why thanks for the night tears uh-huh and never masturbation was never talked about like. I am not like from a very religious family. It was just kind of like it was just uncomfortable. It's weird yeah helpful and I had a step dad and like he helped her dead he's gone. He's been gone out of the picture he just didn't. He got my mom pregnant. I and then like I wasn't ready to become a dad and he was young and she just kind of took me away kidnapping. What some of them call it but was it like that like she? I ran away from him. Yeah Yeah and we moved. We moved to Mississippi for an stayed with my grandmother for a little bit and then like she was on the Lam. Oh God yeah and then how long till I was I think four and then she remarried my stepdad remarried. He's very very Hispanic remarried. Yes she remarried. They'd had been married before noon Internet..

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"ed smart" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"ed smart" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Corner. Store is a big deal to do it with an n._f._l. Team is remarkable and you mentioned virginia mccaskey. She has been the matriarch hatred of the bears for a long time because <hes> you know her brother passed in seventy nine and then george halas it would be left to her when he died in eighty three so it's been a really long on-time that she's been sort of at the top of that team and she of all of them because of her father being george gallison having created n._f._l. All had such incredible stories about how the league began the franchise price for a team being one hundred dollars when it started and she had that great line of like sorry to the current owners quite that easy to get a team now but then i love the story about red grange and how she has a very young kid before before she was even aware of it was used to help kind of helped him get through these promotional tours right yes she. She was on the barnstorming tours. I mean she just paints such as an incredible audible picture of you know. That was the first question i asked her. Tell us what professional football is like in the nineteen twenties right we don't know and it was it was a hobby for civil for george tallow he had made money and other jobs. This was something he just loves. We bought this company. Football team called. The decatur staley's one hundred dollars. They became the bears but that wasn't ah you know the the n._f._l. Had was not in existence <hes> that was what they created and it certainly was not popular so he went out and as a marketing tool really <hes> um got red grange hot college football player. I was actually trying to describe to a friend of mine who doesn't watch football <hes> who screened the movie and she said who i didn't never heard of this fred grange guy and i said oh. I don't know like tom brady of his day. I don't know everybody would have known who he was right. I don't know who to compare him to <hes> and and they put him on a barnstorming tour on a train going trying to promote the game of football and create an industry and he was exhausted everywhere he went according to her that people are asking for autographs and it's just too much <hes> some days and so there were days when he she would be on the tour with her parents she was three probably three years old three and a half years old and he would pick her up and camouflage but had on pick her up so he looked like a commuter a father getting off a train so people would bother her. <hes> <hes> and i don't want to spoil all the n._f._l. But she also tells me crazy story about the little boys on the playground who are saying you know red grange and then she goes back to her debt then she she brings back proof. Let's just say that <hes> so just to have that in her mind is he's ninety. Six is so pristine she can tell you things when she was five six seven years old and then she can tell you what happened in the game this past weekend <hes> you know in great yeah. That's the only part that's missing. Is what are what vitamins are. They taking find. Can i please find norma hunts hairdressers slash list like because that's that's the only thing missing is so sharp and ed smart at that age. It's a great movie people. I think anyone who's interested. In football will love. It and i think like you said if you look deeper into it there's also some really incredible lessons about out female independence and women who were far ahead of their time. I mean you mentioned. I don't wanna tell all the stories but virginia painting the gutters getting eloped and going against a lot of what what people want to of of assumed if a woman back then so it's just fantastic and again for those two are going to watch it. You can obviously look it up but it'll be debuting on e._s._p._n. At one p._m. Eastern eastern on sunday august twenty fifth and on a._b._c. at three thirty pm eastern on sunday september first last thing about the movie. What would you say when you went in knowing these women a little bit. <hes> was the most surprising or what what was so different than your expectations in terms of doing the film <hes> i think it would be. I knew they were intense. Football fans <hes> because they had to be right and i have spent my life with instable fans. I'm married to the most intense football fan <hes> and their passion for the game was way deeper than even i expected like unrivalled so that was a big negotiation trying to shoot this film. Why would i want someone in my box with a camera shooting. Meanwhile the game is on. No that is distracting to me. You are not allowed to talk to them during the game <hes> so that actually was a real sticking point with how many minutes we were allowed at what point in the game to be in there on the sideline. Are you kidding me. We don't want you on the sideline because because they are all in just one very quick story. It was august and we were shooting. <hes> and pat rooney's neighborhood in pittsburgh really really hot big time heat wave high eighties. He's very humid and we're supposed to walk and talk through pittsburgh and i said pat listen. It's really it's so nasty out. You're eighty six years old. Let's do it tomorrow. It's supposed to the heat supposed to break and she just looked at me and smiled and said tomorrow's game day. Shooting a movie came there appeasing game to that is how they look at it. They are such incredible fans of the game which i love. Those are my kind of leads only one game. There's some great stories about that too and you know how they were tested to see if to make sure they were gonna make it in a relationship with football fan by doing things like five games in three days while it's so great to talk to you about it and it looked for other people but before i let you go. You have to do the one thing that everybody does but nobody expects. An expert to kind of spanish.

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"ed smart" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ed smart" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And when it breaks very Corsetti live from the Q. five twenty four hour news room activists say people in a homeless encampment in the San Gabriel Valley need other options county officials plan to start clearing a big encampment in the San Gabriel river area next month an activist there's about three hundred homes people live in that area come up with a housing situation for these people while the cleanup happens tell you leaders say they want to clean up areas in high risk fire regions drones will soon be helping firefighters in Orange County we're just about two months out to lunch drone program was the fire thirty captain John Mayer says drone pilots started training alongside the Irvine police department this week we're says the drones will be used to gather Intel impossible hot spots and compliment firefighters on the grounds of our drones have thirty optical zoom capability as well as filler Hey keep syncing capability here says the drones will have a different mission and helicopters AS system the drone program is not going to replace our flying nieces pilots are certified and ready to fly once the program is a full go in Fullerton Chris and Carla okay fine use the father's famous kidnap victim Elizabeth smart has come out ed smart says he has known for years that he's gay while being truthful about it now comes with its own set of challenges he's still very relieved smart says he's leaving his wife and the Mormon church was miss Elizabeth smart who was taken from her bedroom in two thousand two and held for nine months says she's deeply saddened by the news for parents are separating but nothing changes for love and admiration for both of them as a crash on the five they found the five north bound as Anaheim just before you close are just out for you but make it it's that crash as a lead carpool lane open that's got you jammed back to Lincoln in east LA.

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"ed smart" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"ed smart" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And when it breaks study live from KFI twenty four hour news room activists say some people in homes in cabinet in the San Gabriel Valley need other options county officials plan to start clearing a big encampment in the San Gabriel river area next month next is there says about three hundred homeless people live in that area come up with a housing situation for these people while the cleanup happens county leaders say they want to clean up areas in high risk fire regions drones will soon be helping firefighters in Orange County we're just about two months out to lunch drone program I see fire thirty captain John Mayer says drone pilots started training alongside the Irvine police department this week your says the drones will be used to gather Intel a possible hot spots and compliment firefighters on the grounds of our drones have thirty optical zoom capability as well as for heat sensing capability here says the drones will have a different mission and helicopters AS system the drone program is not going to replace our flying nieces pilots are certified and ready to fly once the program is a full go in Fullerton Chris and Carla okay fine news the father of famous kidnap victim Elizabeth Elizabeth smart has come out ed smart says he has known for years that he's gay and while being truthful about it now comes with its own set of challenges he's still very relieved smart says he's living with his wife and the Mormon church Elizabeth smart who was taken from her bedroom in two thousand two and held for nine months says she's deeply saddened by the news her parents are separating but nothing changes for love and admiration for both of them look at the roads now there's an overturned big rig and Baldwin park on the ten yeah this is on the ten east bound right at Frasier overturned a call big rig sticking up the two right lanes there yeah he lost his load too so what will be there for a long time your drive is starting to stack up for just to be for pick road studio city this is all the one seventy southbound connector to the one thirty four eastbound we have an overturned car there too it's blocking the connector your jail drive is jamming up right as you approach what Lynn hills we have a work zone one oh one north bound from Mulholland to raise a debate left lane that's going to be shut down until eight in the morning this report is sponsored by choose match dot org find proven treatment for opioid addiction KFI in the sky helps get you there faster a.

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"ed smart" Discussed on X96

X96

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"ed smart" Discussed on X96

"They get around to sending it out there I bet they use it all the time in the Midwest yeah I know they do in fact use it a lot okay here's a story that will set you back on your heels a little bit maybe ed smart the father of kidnapping survivor Elizabeth smart came out as gay on Facebook in a letter meant for family and friends which was quickly removed Thursday after was picked up by media outlets and said he plans to separate from his wife and he no longer feels comfortable in the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints the Salt Lake Tribune where I'm reading this has not seen the letter but ed smart confirmed that he sent it he declined to answer questions late Thursday but said he would make the letter public Friday today records indicate that on trial July fifth Lois smart filed for divorce from its mark when asked about the matter through a family spokesperson Elizabeth smart no we we all know who we're talking about yeah the add smart and Lois smart to the parents of Elizabeth smart who was kidnapped in was missing for a year and but was was was was held captive by Brian David Mitchell and Wanda Barzee she's doing well now very well my parents taught me she said as a young child that they would Love Me unconditionally no matter what happens that was me sorry what was that this is my computer Lorelai was over popping it was yeah I thought we're in big trouble this is my parents taught me that they would Love Me unconditionally no matter what happened while I'm deeply saddened by their separation nothing could change my love and admiration for them both their decisions are very personal as such I will not pass judgment and rather than focusing on loving and supporting them and other members of my family according to the Deseret News which first reported the story at smart posted on Facebook Lois has been a loyal wife and extraordinary mother who had to endure impossible part of the journey I deeply regret that's in that letter telling sentence there yeah who had to endure an impossible part of this journey I deeply regret the excruciating Scrushy any pain this is cause for hurting her was never my intent well our marriage will and my love for Lois and everyone in my family here's another telling sentence my love for my family is eternal and when it came to his faith of the Deseret News reported that that smart wrote my fate the strong and unwavering how ever I have come to a change my believes it's because of this change that I can finally acknowledge and accept my orientation for him had I not had to change my beliefs I would likely have remained closeted for the rest of my life as an openly gay man the church is not a place where I can find solace any longer it's up you know it's now people will make up make jokes about this and and laugh about it and that's understandable though and they'll go out I knew it I really whatever but if you think about that you stop and think about it it it what a difficult thing that has been for him for his life all most of his life probably there are many family pull that are dealing with the house jacks and it's images and and when he says you know what my wife Lois has had to endure it you know she she has had this problem known about it and yeah and it's difficult and it's a hard way to have to live and it's just too damn bad that people have to deal with they have to stay close it so bad that you couldn't be yourself for years thirty years ago here's another stunning bit of news Jim to back us out yeah I saw that yeah lose as Camille moved into second place number two spot for Salt Lake City mayor in the styling a lot of people thought well sure like I did what the pool Jim will be in there for its its who's going to be against him yeah maybe that might have something to do with it in a stunning twist of events he he was you will be losers comedia a going against councilwoman Erin Mendenhall I think that Dave on on the van core group that we did he said he thought that would happen and that's a first it's the first time that Salt Lake is overhead to women vying for the the position of mayor and as far as I know we only had one woman as mayor no DDT or DDE and Jackie risk he in chat that's right check our a lot about her she she just sort of faded from my mind the minute she said well I'm not running anymore new ballot results released Thursday the city's crowded close ratio destiny appalling ahead of Damascus who was long presumed to be the front runner in the race for the crucial second place spot and he has because he conceded he said now Steven and I can go on a vacation day so I want to talk about that because I saw you tweeting about this was tweeting at Brian Milady I I I I thought this baby could be a **** candidate so Brian lay he tweeted last night that's what channel two news guy and he tweeted a short video of the place of Jim to back is like I can play this really short is this really bothered me it's a it's Jim Backus conceding in to to lose as Camille no and he he he tweeted these are the sense listen Jim to back his concession call today after new numbers put her ahead for second place caution language which which one you think it does what everywhere so I'd like to drop an F. ballsy swear well seeing call her up horrible name she forget this the plane well good luck to you as being.

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"ed smart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ed smart" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"That Elizabeth smart's father has now come out as gay member Elizabeth smart she was the girl that was kidnapped back in two thousand two from her home in Utah she was held captive for nine months in a beautiful young blonde lady and her husband was or not husband who her father was a you know very very engaged did during the time of her disappearance is on TV all the time and let's just parts mother has as well a bit but now Elizabeth smart's father came out yesterday as gay on his Facebook page and an ounce that he's getting divorced and announced he's leaving the Mormon church wow he says as an openly gay man the church is not a place right find solace any longer he's a father of five and the daughter of live so one of the five of the Elizabeth smart one is kidnapped says that she was deeply saddened by her parents separation but nothing could change my love and admiration for them both thank you ed smart sixty four years old comes out as gay five twenty five now in our land does morning news I'm re computer and I'm Marcia Taylor well you've heard the expression it's raining cats and dogs but how about plastic it's not a laughing matter scientists say they have found plastic while analyzing rain water samples for nitrogen pollution and basically the middle of nowhere most of the samples were taken between Denver boulder Colorado and were founded over ninety percent of them taken a different site researchers say what's really concerning is the fact that these locations were quite remote there's some concern about the relaxed rules for truck drivers that can give them an incentive to keep them from keep driving even though they may be tired the proposal from the trump administration would not increase the length of time to dry but it would allow truckers to be on the road later in the day it would also make changes to break times as of now drivers must take a thirty minute break before hitting eight hours behind the wheel the new rule would allow them to take it when they're on duty but not driving center break is actually not a break because they can take their so called break up while they're loading and unloading the truck did they just can't be behind the wheel.

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"ed smart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"ed smart" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"New Hampshire all those genies from our show over to say. Hi and big Hello to you. Okay. The first thing I want to talk about is how about a matriculation from college one hundred and a half years after newest supposed to graduate. The case of the Edinburgh. Seventy seven ladies were set to graduate back and the eighteen sixties, but they were ruled by eighteen seventy three that they shouldn't even have. Gone to college. Let's let alone had the right to graduate. Yeah. So the university in Edinburgh his now decided to write this fold wrong and allow them to matriculate. Here's a big thing. You think any of their descendants around it walk for them while they're dead. This is crazy. Well to never I know that I thought college would always kill me before I finished. But never thought it would kill you. Then decide to give you the Palme. The stories you get from Scotland including this one which is about one hundred and a half years older. And this was on Scotland people on their Twitter feed, and I just had to share it because you know, the way sometimes you wonder why the person is recorded something kind of weird how about this one. This is from seventeen from the parish of cultural tree and air shar Scotland with the registrar wrote down a baptism of a baby. Or attempted to quote, the child's name was something comma, George something lawful. Son of what he call him in Mainz of bark skimming was baptized on April nine seventeen four. Too much Mead in the the drink the night before kidding. Remember who they just BAFTA punted apparently? Yeah. I read a lot of the family news right from my jeans dot com. So I really have to thank you for holding up those cue cards for me. But this one's that great story right here from Massachusetts. Elizabeth Freeman was the first woman to sue for her freedom and actually win back in the eighteenth century. It's a great story. And it goes to show you that the rights of African Americans kind of started up north Massachusetts had slaves until seventeen eighty three. Well, it's a great story, and you need to read it, it's on extreme jeans dot com. Well, speaking of revolutionary war era news, you might have heard of the hero of the revolution. Casimir pulaski. The personnel is recognized as the father of the American US Calvary. Well, they're not saying that it's possibly the father. But now, maybe the mother is a condition known as congenital adrenal hyperplasia, which makes a girl more of a guy or is it more guy more like girl in any event. They haven't dug up the great niece of Casimir. And they have the skull of Casimir who died here in the states, and they're doing the DNA, and it looks like the hero may actually be a heroine. Isn't that interesting? Yeah. Casimir Pulaski, counties and their cities and and even a nuclear submarine, David. Named after this guy. Yeah. Stay tune is more DNA results unfold extreme. That is pretty extreme. Pretty interesting think it is and mortar follow on this fun story. Exactly. Well, speaking of DNA, we've talked about daily tree DNA. And of course, a lot of customers. A lot of DNA companies are concerned because their results are being given to law enforcement to identify potential matches family tree DNA is recently reached out to Ed smart whose daughter Elizabeth smart was abducted at eight fourteen hoping to use uploaded DNA profiles to help. Catch a killer. And it's an interesting marketing angle will it is because there was so much controversy surrounding it and family tree DNA is basically leaned into the controversy by running these ads. So we'll see how it works for them. Yeah. Yeah. It's really fascinating. Can I say more to help people find their ancestors? But also find the killer of their immediate family. That's terrible. But useful information Zambian nurse. Yes. This is crazy. I'm just going to summarize it here. Pretty quick. There's this Zambian nurse who's dying of cancer, and she's on her deathbed, and she's confessing that over many many years. She swapped five thousand babies for fun for fun. Yes. He said, this is what you did for entertainment, and it became kind of a habit. And so basically, there are probably five thousand families are so out there that are actually raising or have raised children that belong to some other family. That's out there racing somebody else's kid. So it'll be interesting to see if there might be some need for DNA testing going on in Zambia anytime soon, my heritage as you get down there and offer free DNA kits and see how many families they? Yeah. Crazy story. It really is. Well, I hope that all of our listeners are members of American ancestors. And if you're not New England historic genealogical side would love to have you of his member, and you can use the checkout code extreme and save twenty dollars on your membership. Right. David. Thanks so much, and we'll talk to you again next week and have fun talking to Melanie. She's a brilliant genealogist coming up soon. Take care and coming up next a minute talk to John Ericsson. He is the senior director of product for ancestry dot com. What databases and products? Do we have to look forward to coming up from ancestry in the coming? Couple of years. We'll find out next in three minutes on extreme jeans,.

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