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Fresh update on "edward" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"23 now on a survivor of the mass shooting and a Chesapeake Virginia Walmart has now filed a $50 million lawsuit against the company. That lawsuit was filed in Chesapeake circuit court by danya priolo, a Walmart employee who claims that the company knew of the shooter's propensities for violence threats and strange behaviors. The suit says that priolo experience physical and emotional distress after witnessing the shooting rampage in the break room of the Chesapeake Walmart last Tuesday. Police have identified store supervisor Andre Bing as the person who shot and killed 6 coworkers and wounded several others before killing himself. A convicted rapist released from prison just two years ago is under arrest again for two attacks that police say happened in Montgomery county, more than 40 years ago. Marion Edward Pearson junior got out of prison in 2020 after serving 22 years for a series of rapes in North Carolina where he now lives now Montgomery county police say cold case investigators have linked him to two attacks on women in Silver Spring that happened in April and June of 1981 when Pearson lived in prince George's county, the new charges against Pearson, who's now 65 include rape attempted rape, false imprisonment and robbery, and because he has long rap sheets in two states, police think he may be responsible for more
Voting Is Live For Terra Classic Proposal To Re-open IBC Channels By December 5
"7 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Voting is live for Tara classic proposal to reopen IBC channels by December 5th Edward Kim has initiated voting for the proposal to reopen IBC channels before the V 23 upgrade. Tara classic core developer Edward Kim has initiated voting for the proposal to reopen inter blockchain communication channels before the V 23 network upgrade per tweet from the developer today. If the proposal passes, the Terra classic chain will the post voting is left for Tara classic proposal to reopen IBC channels by December 5th first appeared on the crypto basic.
Does It Matter That Trump Is Back on Twitter?
"First of all, this is a point I don't know if you've heard this either Chris but Edward workman said Ilan's rigged pole and reinstatement quote unquote of Trump's account was a troll, nothing more. Truth, social agreement with digital world acquisition company explicitly states his post must exclusively be untrue social for at least the first 6 hours after being issued. So as the most easily owned lib in America, I get that I'm supposed to go, but I honestly, I don't give a you know what I mean. Whatever. I mean I was actually when that came out because I was one of my reactions was, oh, thank God I don't have to go on truth socially. We're truth toilet as I prefer to call it. And then I saw that, and it was like, well, great. And then he said, now I'm going to stay on truth social. And I was like, ah man, I really hate your site. I mean, why don't we all invade that? Yeah. Why don't we all just flood into truth so sure? Sure. You know, I look to a lot of people we love on like Sarah kensy or something. I do not see the information space. Andrew workman saw, I said, I'll be on this platform long after Elon Musk has gone and Donald Trump is in prison, you know? So I'm not leaving, you know, at one point I thought I contemplated, could I handle it if Trump was back? And then I'm like, I don't care, man. You know, I'm going to hear about him no matter what. I was on it. But he was announced for president.
Elizabeth Holmes gets more than 11 years for Theranos scam
"Disgraced CEO Elizabeth Holmes has been sentenced to prison for the theranos scam I Norman hall federal judge Edward Davos senator Elizabeth Holmes to more than 11 years in prison for duping investors in the failed startup that promised to revolutionize blood testing The Senate was shorter than the 15 year penalty requested by federal prosecutors but far tougher than the leniency herd legal team sought for the mother of a one year old son with another child on the way She was convicted in January homes who sobbed in court while expressing remorse must report to prison on April 27th I Norman hall
Edwards, Towns lead Timberwolves to rout of Magic, 126-108
"Anthony Edwards and Carl Anthony towns love the Timberwolves one 26 one O 8 romp over the magic Edward scored 35 points and towns added 30 Both season highs for a team that led by 27 in the first half and shot 52% from the field in its largest margin of victory this season Rudy Gobert had 16 points and 8 boards for the wolves who have won back to back road games for the first time this season Led the magic with a career high 26 points and added 6 rebounds and 6 assists for Orlando I'm Dave ferry
Johnny Depp Will Be Known by the Picture Amber Heard Painted of Him
"It's gonna be tough, but you're gonna have to try and forget how great he was and Donnie brasco or Gilbert grape or Edward scissorhands or Ed wood or plenty of other films. Now he's gonna be known for what amber's testimony said and her pictures showed and that is a guy who has drugs for breakfast. We've seen the pictures, passes out in his closet for lunch and then beats her up for dinner. How long before you can forget that he used a tampon applicator to snort Coke, or that he sliced off a part of his finger because he thought she was fucking Billy Bob Thornton, and he used that finger to write whore and whatever else on a mirror in the bathroom. He's also the guy who pissed all over the floor trying to write even more hateful words, oh, and did I mention any blue is $650 million fortune. How could we all forget that? And on top of all that, you know, wait, could at least walk away believing that it was amber, whose shit on their bed. Remember that? That's what Johnny claimed. She should on my bed. Well, now we've been told, no, no, it's most likely dog shit from boo. The yorkie. The judge actually said, this is why it's so insane to have court in London. The judge said, boo had an incomplete mastery of her bowels after she had accidentally consumed some marijuana. If that was important to you, who shit on the bed as any type of redeeming fact that you can get that now. Even the dog was shitting on Johnny.
Fetterman Helped Release Man Convicted of Murdering Elderly Woman
"This is from Fox fetterman helped release man convicted of murdering elderly woman and were hearing more and more about the stuff now More and more Jessica Pennsylvania lieutenant governor and democratic Senate candidate John fetterman cast a crucial vote That led to the release of a man convicted of first degree murder In the 1969 killing of an elderly woman In December fetterman who chairs the Pennsylvania board of pardons voted along with the rest of the board to release Edward silvas Fulfilling the unanimous vote requirement to recommend clemency Democrat governor Tom wolf granted the request on February 15 releasing him from prison This parole board is filled with leftists appointed by the governor The governor is a leftist and of course the lieutenant governor is a Marxist Silva's now 82 was serving a life sentence for the fatal shooting of 87 year old Alice siggins a retired teacher during an attempted robbery in her Armstrong county home on April 12 1969 Murders a woman whose 87 years old like she was some kind of a threat
Edward Snowden Granted Russian Citizenship
"Ask you. News as of two days ago that the former KGB colonel in the Kremlin has provided Russian citizenship to Snowden. Your reaction, uncle Jim. Bye, Felicia. Why do we even care? That's the nice thing. I'm glad he's there. He's a traitor. That's what I want. People want to pardon him. He's a traitor who's dumped information. He didn't have any knowledge about was not vetted. He and Assange both and all of it. They didn't, they didn't blow a single whistle on a single crime. So this is the issue for me. If you see and look, we know bad stuff happened, right? NSA DIA, we know. The data farms and everything else. But if you've got an issue, it's like the FBI whistleblower we had on my show yesterday, Carl serf. You use the tools available. You don't go to communist China with the hard drives and then to Moscow if you believe in America, do you Jim, because that's what Snowden did. You think the Chinese might have copied that hard drive. I think maybe they got that before everyone else. And then you think Russia had it. And all of that, there was no way it would have taken hundreds of analysts a month or two just to figure out what was on there. And they just dumped it on the Internet so that all our enemies could read it. It may or may not have gotten anybody killed, but that's not how it works. We have inspectors general. We have whistleblower protections. And if you have an actual crime, which they didn't, then you have ways to do that. I hope he I hope he dies in Russia and never sees the shores of this country again. Unless he's in chains. And
Bob Cesca on Republican Support for the Theft of National Secrets
"Couldn't wait to get you on today because of course Edward Snowden thing. I was just like, oh my God. Bob says, I tried to tell you how long you just said, right? Matt Gaetz said Joe Biden should pardon Snowden, and you said Republican support the theft and exposure of national security secrets. Period. Yeah. How long ago did we say this? Snowden is a traitor. 9 years. It's been 9 years. It'll be ten years coming up this coming up summer in June, I believe it is. When the first story Glenn greenwald dropped happened. And so this is not surprising to those of us who were following the story closely with a critical eye back in 2013 when especially and I wrote a piece about this back in 2013 about how as soon as Edward Snowden was shepherded from Hong Kong where he had a birthday party, a birthday pizza party at the Russian consulate, he was taken by WikiLeaks attorneys. Hi. See, all these names are so appropriate now. Have a new patina of weirdness about them after the last 5, 6 years. Yeah. And so he separated by WikiLeaks attorneys to Moscow, where, while camping out in the Moscow airport, he hires Russian attorney Anatolia. I think that's how you pronounce his last name. And anatoly kuchar Rena is a, or was a lawyer for the FSB for the Russian FSB. And those of us who have been falling from Russia all along what the very least watching the Rachel maddow show. We all know what the FSB is. The FSB is the modern day version of the KGB. Yeah. And one of their attorneys is the attorney who represented Edward Snowden in Moscow in 2013 when he was there in the airport. So this is no surprise to any of us that he is being offered Russian citizenship by Vladimir
Putin grants Russian citizenship to Edward Snowden
"Russian president Vladimir Putin has granted citizenship to former U.S. security contractor Edward Snowden I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Putin signed a decree making Snowden and 74 other foreign nationals Russian citizens Snowden has been living in Russia since 2013 to escape prosecution in the U.S. The former National Security Agency contractor leaked classified documents detailing government surveillance programs He was granted permanent residency in Russia two years ago and said at the time he planned to apply for Russian citizenship
Heasley shuts down Twins, Royals win 4-1 to finish sweep
"The twins are one step closer to playoff elimination following a four one loss to the royals Jonathan heasley helped Kansas City complete a three game sweep by limiting Minnesota to no runs and two hits over 6 and two thirds innings Edward Oliveira and drew waters homework for the royals and Salvador Perez ran his RBI streak to 7 straight games It's Kansas City's first series sweep at home of more than three games since July 2021 The twins were within four games of the AL central lead before going one in 7 on their just completed road trip I'm Dave ferry
King stands vigil; Wait to see queen's coffin hits 24 hours
"Throngs of people continue to line up and file past Queen Elizabeth II's coffin as it lies in state at parliament Today some of them witnessing a vigil by her children I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Mourners have ranged from young children to London retirees to former England soccer captain David Beckham To have someone that has led us the way her majesty has led us for the amount of time with kindness with caring and always reassurance I think that's the one thing that we all felt safe Inside Westminster hall the atmosphere has been somber reverential Friday a few witness King Charles the third and his siblings princess Anne Prince Andrew and Prince Edward arrive and stand vigil for 15 minutes Backs to the flag draped coffin heads bowed Saturday the queen's 8 grandchildren including princes William and Harry will hold a similar vigil Meantime the British government has warned those wanting to come pay their respects that the waiting time has climbed to more than 24 hours The Q stretching 5 miles I'm Ben Thomas
Camilla pays tribute to the queen: 'Carved her own role'
"Londoner Caroline quilty said paying respects to the queen was a once in a lifetime opportunity I think it's a moment in history And if I didn't come and celebrate it and see it and be part of it I think I would really regret it Mourner Kim Taylor Smith said the monarch played an important role in his life It was important for us to come and pay our tribute to the queen I mean we've known the queen all our life Growing up with her it's almost like having a grandma King Charles will briefly stand vigil at his mother's coffin in the evening with his siblings princess Anne Prince Andrew and Prince Edward Karen Chammas
Queen Elizabeth II's coffin takes long road through Scotland
"Queen Elizabeth II's coffin has left her summer home in balmoral in Scotland and arrived in Edinburgh mourners packed the city streets and highway bridges to take part in a historic goodbye to the monarch who had reigned for 70 years Silence fell on the packed royal mile in Edinburgh as the hearse carrying the queen arrived but as the convoy vanished from view the crowd spontaneously started clapping when the hearse reached its destination of holyrood house Scottish troops wearing green kilts carried the coffin into the throne room three of her children princess Anne Prince Andrew and Prince Edward were there as the coffin arrived The queen's body will then be moved to saint Giles cathedral in Edinburgh for the Scottish public to pay their respects before it has flown to London on Tuesday Karen Chammas London
"edward" Discussed on American Scandal
"Again. As of 2022, Edward Snowden is still living in Moscow, and giving talks about civil liberties and surveillance. He and Lindsay mills married in 2017. And in 2020, the couple announced they were applying for Russian citizenship. Laura poitras would go on to release the documentary, citizen four, constructed mostly from footage she shot inside Snowden's Hong Kong hotel room. It was critically acclaimed, and won the Academy Award for best feature documentary in 2015. Partner Glenn greenwald also won a claim for his work. The Guardian was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for service journalism and recognition for greenwald's reporting on Edward Snowden and the NSA. The newspaper would share the prize with The Washington Post, whose reporter Barton gellman reported the same story on his own. But still, years after he blew the whistle on the NSA, Edward Snowden remains the subject of fierce debate. Many Americans consider him a traitor, who harmed national security. Others believe his warnings were prophetic, and highlighted the growing erosion of privacy on the Internet, and in everyday life. While that debate may never be settled, one thing is certain. Snowden's leaks have had a large impact on the United States government. In 2015, Congress passed a bipartisan bill aimed at ending the mass surveillance programs revealed by Snowden. The bill supporters called it a balanced approach to surveillance, arguing it would allow the NSA to collect necessary information to counter terrorism. While still respecting Americans privacy, bill's critics argued the reforms didn't go far enough. From wandering, this is episode four of Edward Snowden from American scam. In our next episode, I chat with Matthew gore aglia, a historian who studies policing and surveillance in the United States. We'll look at how online platforms like next door have ushered in a new era of mass surveillance while giving Americans a skewed understanding about crime in their communities. If you like our show, please give us a 5 star rating and leave a review. And be sure to tell your Friends. I also have two other podcasts you might like. American history tellers and business movers. Follow on Apple podcasts, Amazon music or wherever you're listening right now, or you can listen to new episodes early and ad free by subscribing to wander plus in Apple podcasts or in the wonder app. You'll also find some links and offers from our sponsors in the episode notes, supporting them helps us keep offering our shows for free. Another way you can support the show is by filling out a small survey at wondery dot com slash survey to tell us what topics we might cover next. You can also find us and me on Twitter, follow me at Lindsay a Graham, Lindsay with an a, middle initially, and thank you. If you'd like to learn more about Edward Snowden, we recommend the books no place to hide by Glenn greenwald. Permanent record by Edward Snowden, and the documentary citizen four direct by Laura portress. This episode contains reenactments and dramatized details. And while in most cases, we can't know exactly what was said. All our dramatizations are based on historical research. American scandal is hosted, edited, and executive produced by me, Lindsey Graham for airship. Audio editing, my Molly Bach, sound designed by Derek Paris, music by Lindsey Graham. This episode is written by Austin reckless, edited by Christina malls burger, our senior producer is Gabe ribbon. Executive producers are Stephanie Jen's, Jenny Lauer backman, and Marshall Louis for wondering.
"edward" Discussed on American Scandal
"Security adviser, Rhodes knows that Castro is central to one of president Obama's plans, trying to normalize relations with Cuba. The two countries have been estranged for over 50 years, and Obama made it priority to chart a new course. But it's a tall order after decades of hostility between the two countries. But the whole project became even more difficult when Edward Snowden entered the picture. There have been rumors that Cuba is considering letting in the American spy, and that would shield Snowden from extradition and allow him to remain free. The Obama administration does not want that to happen. Snowden is responsible for stealing government secrets. As far as the administration sees it, the former NSA contractor is a menace, and perhaps a traitor. He jeopardized national security and complicated American relations with China and Russia. So the administration is determined to hold Snowden accountable for his crimes and have him sent home, where the government can try his case in court. But to make that happen, advisers like roads are going to have to work the diplomatic back channels to make sure Snowden isn't granted political asylum in any other country. After everyone has settled down in the conference room, rose corners Alejandro Castro and asks for a private word. The Cuban nods, and then the two walk out into the hallway. When they're out of earshot of the others, Rhodes says he has something delicate he has to discuss. Castro smiles and wonders aloud if it has something to do with a certain young intelligence worker. Currently trapped in an airport in Moscow. Rhodes pauses, trying to measure his words. He can't explicitly tell Castro to refuse Edward Snowden's entry into Cuba. That's not how diplomacy works. You can't tell a sovereign nation what to do. So Rhodes takes an indirect approach, saying he has a message from president Obama. The president wants to remind Cuba that some people in the United States are opposed to a new path forward, that they don't want to restore relations between the two countries. And of course, the status quo is doing nothing for Cuba's economy road says. President Obama would like to normalize their relationship, allowing Americans to travel to Cuba and for the two countries to trade with each other. But Rhodes says in order for the president to continue with these negotiations, he needs Cuba to show it's a good partner, and building that trust will be a challenge if Cuba accepts an enemy of the United States. Rhodes pauses, waiting for Castro to reply to this implied threat. If Cuba welcomes Snowden into their country, Obama will scrap the plans to normalize relations. Castro smiles and knots. And then he says he'll take the information under consideration. It's a vague answer, but Rhodes knows that Castro is well burst and diplomatic doublespeak. He's not going to commit to anything on the spot. But roads two is well versed in diplomatic double speak, and believes he has a read on Castro's response. Cuba is not going to allow Edward Snowden to enter their country, and soon the so called whistleblower is going to be trapped in Russia and out of options. It's July 1st, 2013 in Moscow. Edward Snowden bites into a Burger King whopper, leans back and takes in the scenery at the city's major international airport. It's the same as it was yesterday, and the day before, and the day before that. People walking around with luggage, babies crying, travelers trying to get from one place to another as quickly as they can. Snowden can only dream of being in that position, able to move freely and go where he wants. But instead, for the last week, he's been stuck at this airport in Moscow. He was unwilling to cooperate with Russian intelligence, and refused to hand over any government secrets. And so the Russians played hardball. They refused to let him out of the airport, not without a U.S. passport, or entry papers from another country. So for days, Snowden has been living at the airport. Homeless and surviving on cheeseburgers from Burger King. It's been a bit grim. And Snowden can't figure out a way forward. He applied for asylum in over 20 countries, including Ecuador. But every one of them has said no, either outright or by saying he has to apply in person. Snowden is not sure what to do. And neither is Sarah Harrison, the adviser to WikiLeaks, and Snowden's partner in this journey. So for now, all Snowden can do is just pass the time in the airport until something happens. Snowden takes another bite of his burger and turns to Harrison. Sarah, yeah. You know, I appreciate everything you've done. And I can't tell you how hard this would have been without you. But you know you can go home. You don't have to stay with me. Well, except I do. I told you before I'm helping you out because it's the right thing to do. So I'm sticking by your side until someone grants you asylum. But I can't figure out a plan. I mean, how long is it gonna take? How many more days am I just gonna sit here in this no man's land eating weird Russian fast food? I mean, it says Burger King, but I can tell you it's not. And we'll figure something out. I promise. But I don't have a passport. I don't want to make a deal with the Russians. No one wants me. What do I do? How do I get out of here? Snowden fixes his eyes on Harrison, feeling frustrated and angry. Like, he can't hold her gaze. She's distracted, looking at a TV. Add this could be it. Well, I'm sorry, what? Your ticket out of the airport. Way to make your free man. What are you talking about? Look, look, right now. You see the TV? That's the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales. He was here in Russia. It was a regular trip, but but here's the thing. Morales is one of your boosters. He spoken out and says he supports you, and that pissed off in U.S. government. So how's that helping me? It helps you because now you have leverage. Apparently, the president oblivia was in the air, but the U.S. and its allies refused to let him fly over Europe. So they grounded his flight and started searching his plane. And you know why? Because they thought you might be on board. Of course you're here eating counterfeit cheeseburgers in an airport, but the whole thing is a huge embarrassment for Russia. Well, hold on because they can't conduct diplomacy with anyone who supports me. Exactly, and that's the plan. You don't need to trade government secrets to Russia. You just have to convince them it's in their own self interest to give you asylum. It's less disruptive to their country. And maybe they wouldn't mind playing hardball with the United States. Snowden choose his lip as he thinks this over. Can he really convince Russia just to let him be? Convince them that as a free man, he'd be enough of a thorn in the side of the United States to be worth it to give him asylum. Without having to trade government secrets. It's the night of July 2nd, 2013 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Lindsey mills grabs a can of lighter fluid and approaches a metal trash can. Inside the bin are the last of Edward Snowden's possessions. It's not much. Some socks, a few photos, a Rubik's Cube, the FBI took everything else that mattered, including Snowden's computers and papers. Anything else that could fetch a few dollars mill sold at garage sale. It's been a bizarre time. She's been staying with a friend in San Diego, trying to live a normal life, but at some point, she knew she'd have to come back to Hawaii, and end this chapter of her life, before heading back home to Maryland, trying to start again. So mill shakes out the bottle of lighter fluid onto Snowden's belongings and grabs a match. She strikes it and drops it in the bin, sending a billow of flames leaping into the air. Mill steps back and watches as fire dances and crackles. Plumes of black smoke rising into the night air. It's a cathartic experience, saying goodbye to everything that might remind her of her life with snow. She thinks it's a step she needs to take to move on. But even though mills is trying to start a new life, if she's being honest with herself, she can't stop thinking about Snowden. She still wondering what's going to happen to him, whether he'll survive, or whether he's really going to spend the rest of his life in prison.
Edward Luce Tweets Bad Take on Republicans
"Edward luce, associate editor of the Financial Times, I didn't realize how left wing the Financial Times is. Tweeted, I've covered extremism and violent ideologies around the world over my career have never come across a political force more nihilistic, dangerous and contemptible than today's Republicans, nothing close. They never specify what what makes Republicans the worst, most treacherous. Most nihilistic force, the people who tell us men give birth that America is the most systemically racist society, many of whom advocated the funding the police. Believe that the, that Shakespeare should not be venerated because he's white, these people are talking about nihilism.
"edward" Discussed on American Scandal
"Weekday afternoon in late 2012. Edward Snowden is carrying a desktop computer through a long and empty hallway. The walls are reinforced with concrete, and the lights overhead are bright, fluorescent and buzzing with menace. Snowden pauses to set down a large computer and catches breath. He wipes away a bead of sweat from his forehead, and then Snowden shakes out his arms. He grabs a computer again and continues down the corridor, hoping he won't run into anyone. As he hurries down the hallway, Snowden tries to reassure himself that he's going to be fine. He's 29 years old, pale and lanky, looking a lot like the other guys here in this government installation outside Honolulu. The building is buried deep underground underneath an old pineapple field. Everyone working here had to say goodbye to the Hawaiian sun, except that they aren't going to get much of a tan. So snow knows he doesn't look out of place, and it's not that suspicious for him to be carrying an old computer. He's an analyst with a National Security Agency, the kind of guy who spends his entire day on a computer. And this underground building is where he works. Still Snowden can't help but feel rising panic that's threatening to overwhelm him. He's about to carry out a dangerous plan. Snowden is going to blow the whistle on the United States government. He's going to reveal that the NSA has been conducting mass surveillance on American citizens without their knowledge. Snowden firmly believes the public deserves to know the truth that American democracy could be at risk if the country's intelligence agencies are left unchecked. But Snowden is also aware that doing the right thing could land him in prison. So he has to be careful. He has to get back to his office with this old PC, a computer that's central to his plan. And if he sees anyone, Snowden has to make sure they don't ask too many questions. Snowden rounds a corner when suddenly he spots a director of IT. Snowden looks left and right, his heart pounding. But there's nowhere to escape. Hey, Ed, I was just looking for you. Hi. What's up? Calling nothing serious. You've been running, you a little sweaty. Run it? No, I'm allergic to exercise. Okay, but you're doing all right? Yeah, I'm fine. I'm just a sweaty guy. All right, well, anyways, I've been getting reports of an Internet slowdown. Just wanted to know if you guys were having issues too. Just fine. I think, you know, thanks for checking, though. See you around. Snowden begins to walk forward, but the IT director lays a hand on his shoulder. Well, hold on, hold on. What do you got there? One of the old dells? Yeah, yeah, actually it is. I thought we got rid of those when we upgraded. But it's funny, there's a whole closet of them. Why is that funny? What are you doing with it? Oh. You know, just a snowman's mind, races, trying to come up with a good response. Stealing government secrets. The IT director pauses, giving Snowden a long and skeptical look. And for a moment, Snowden is certain he's about to get caught. But then the IT director bursts out laughing. Ed, you. You are a weird one. All right, I'll see you around. The director collapsed Snowden on the shoulder and walks away. And once he's out of sight, Snowden exhales and relief. That was close. Snowden was certain his plan was about to go up in flames. But somehow, he survived. And now Snowden just needs to finish carrying out the plan. Snowden shifts the computer in his forearms and hustles to his office. There he shuts the door and sets down the old desktop machine. Snowden gazes at the computer, reviewing the monumental task in front of him. He's about to steal top secret documents from the NSA. You'll store them on this old computer, which doesn't have to be connected to government servers. It's safe and secure, and once he sorts through everything, Snowden is going to leak the files, show the public that the government has been breaking the law. American scandal is sponsored by viator. Why do you travel? Is it the airports? The rental car lines? No, it's the experiences. The memories that for me last well beyond the trip. I remember the submarine ride in Maui with my daughter. The concert in Vienna with my wife, and to help you find and enjoy experiences like these, there's viator, the world's leading travel experience marketplace, via tour offers everything from simple tours to extreme adventures, and all the niche, interesting stuff in between. So if you're planning a trip, download the viator app now and use code via tour ten for 10% off your first booking and viator's world of wonderful experiences, viator, one site, over 300,000 experiences you'll remember. American scandal is sponsored by peloton. It doesn't matter if it's good for you. 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The Infamous Lost Suitcases of Lawrence Walsh
"And I was handling the representation of then the former attorney general Edward meese the iron countryman And as I was doing my research and over the transom came information That the independent counsel at that time Lawrence Walsh who was a real hateful in my view diabolical individual since deceased That he violated the espionage act Among other laws Here's a man who took the most secret classified information involving a foreign country As well as grand jury information put it in two suitcases mister producer As he was flying from Washington D.C. to the West Coast to question then president Reagan Checked those two suitcases as luggage And when he landed at LAX guess what The two suitcases never came out They came out on the carousel that goes round and round in your waiting They waited and they waited and nothing happened It was all secret and under the radar The FBI went on a secret mission for two weeks to find those documents You know where they found them mister producer They never did
Cabrera, Marlins end Phillies' 7-game streak with 3-0 win
"The Phillies 7 game winning streak has ended with a three zero loss to the Marlins Edward Cabrera and Tanner Scott began and closed the combined 7 hitter Cabrera struck out 6 over 5 and two thirds to get the win Scott worked out of jams in the 8th and 9th innings Scott fan JT real Muto with two on to end the 8th then wormed his way out of a no out basis load of jam to get the save Philly slugger and NL home run leader Kyle schwarber was pulled in the 5th inning with a mile calf strain Kyle Gibson was pinned with a Philly second loss in 14 games I'm Dave ferry
Mediaite's Sarah Rumpf Offended by Mark Levin's 'Ranting'
"And it puts some really vicious stupid people to work Now I would not call Sarah rump a vicious stupid person I don't know her All I said is she seemed like a 12 year old Her lack of substance in her writing style she took grave grave not even great grave offense She pointed out I'm a lawyer And she was upset at my ranting And she said of course I didn't provide any substantive information in response to her genius Of course I did it's right there on the video that she attached But she's a slow listener She said you know there's four elements for elements in greenhouse gases really Who knew Sarah I've studied this issue at great length many many years ago When you were 12 years old doctor Edward wegman from page one 32 of liberty and tyranny I wrote that book I thought you should know A professor at the center for computational statistics at George Mason university Chair of the national Academy of Sciences committee on applied theoretical statistics Board member of the American statistical association More than just a lawyer was tasked by congressional committee to lead a group of experts in examining the hockey stick evidence Now this evidence but like getting into great detail you see Sarah broadcasting you have limited time Which is why when you write a stupid essay you have all the time in the world
CNN Reports Overwhelming Frustration Among Democrats
"Here's CNN cut 16. New CNN reporting this morning about an overwhelming sense of frustration. Among Democrats over what is being described as mismanagement inside the Biden administration. One member of Congress calls The White House rudderless aimless and hopeless. Joining us now seen in senior reporter Edward Isaac dovere, who broke this story, Isaac, the call is coming from within the caucus. I mean, these are Democrats telling you these things. What do they say? Well, John, that's right. There is a lot of frustration that they want more action out of President Biden. They feel like days, weeks go by, there's not enough going on to say that they're taking decisive moves to combat inflation. Obviously, it's a big problem that is very complicated, but still they'd like to see some activity around it and they'd like to see that on other things. You'd like to see more decision making go on. They'd like to see some accountability when it comes to even firing people over the baby formula situation or other things before that that have continued to crop up in this administration and this White House and they feel like this is feeding a problem that the president has and the Democrats have going into the midterms in November that there is not enough decisive action going on that people don't feel like they're responsive enough to all of the problems that are there. And it's also feeding some doubts about where President Biden would be for reelection in 2024.
"edward" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"But yeah, I mean, I think it's cool because I think for anyone who's maybe considering that they might have some emotional rescuing kind of issues going on. Yeah, like try taking a break from other people for a brief period, you know, check out what maybe your payoffs are, you know, what the fear is of not doing that. You know, it can be really scary to say no. Sometimes, just like, hey, you know, I can't, I can't do that. One of our support groups, there's the same, don't never say no to a request from based on that group, right? And for service, you mean for service, yeah. And I had someone once text me at like 9 o'clock at night. Mind you, the way my life was at the time, I was, I was paying for grad school by being a personal trainer. So I had to be at work at 5 in the morning. Right. And so this one guy messages me and he's like, hey man, can you pick me up from van nuys airport at like ten 30 or 11 o'clock at night tonight? And then driving a Burbank and I was just like, no. And I might have said yes before, because I was like, oh, who else is going to help him out, you know? And I was like, you know, they can call a cab. Someone out, they can ask someone else who maybe actually lives in Burbank or maybe somewhere in the middle. I don't have to be that person, right? Because if I do, I'm going to be wrecked the next day. I'm not going to get home until like, I don't know, like 12 o'clock or something like that. And then I'm going to be fried at work and then I'm going to be fried at the next job as well. It was like a substance use counselor. And probably not getting school work done. And so, but then feeling empowered to say now, and just try that. Like a new scale. Like almost like a two, like a toddler and learns like, now, you know, and just experiencing it, it's really powerful. And I think once you clear that space out, then I think those people, you see those people, right? Like I actually, I had seen my wife before, and she had a friend who was a little bit more, you know, needing more rescuing, I would say, right? And just couldn't see my wife, actually. And then after doing my work, I actually could see my wife and that other person. I was like, oh, no, no, no, no. That's like, there's red flags there with that. And so, you know, there's that. I think in terms of, I will say in terms of therapy, right? You know, I don't, I'm not going to save anyone. Right, is a therapist or as a psychologist. I really love existential psychology because it's about the power differential becomes more equalized. But it also kind of takes some psychodynamic stuff and it also takes some ACT stuff, you know? Acceptance and commitment therapy. It's the kind of cognitive, but it looks at values and so you can mix a little bit of both of that. And the idea is sort of my job is to walk with the person I'm working with, not helping, but working with, I guess. And maybe helping them see how their behaviors or attitudes may not be aligned with what they're really wanting. And so helping them kind of maybe small tweaks even. Just trying out different things. Or maybe acknowledging that, hey, this thing that I say is important because I'm supposed to say it's important, right? Maybe really isn't that important to them. And then having less anxiety because they're living a different lie. So I think about it like the kind of therapy work I do is working with and walking with that person. And meeting them wherever they're at. I used to think my job was to come in and they need to go from being quote unquote, unhealthy, or not functional, to being healthy, functional, right? And if I'm just a good enough therapist, right? I'll be able to save everyone, you know? And then at some point I think after doing a bunch of family therapy work, working as a family therapist to clarify. I realized that no matter how amazing of a family therapist, I could possibly even imagine myself to be, I'm not going to fix my parents. I'm not going to save them from themselves. And all I can do is just really love them as a son. And show up for them. And I'm able to, you know? But definitely, I'm not going to change them. And if they want some help, you know, like my dad recently started showing some memory stuff happening. And I had to be a little pushy with my mom about it, but I didn't just show up and take him over to the point. You know what I mean? Or whatever kind of strong or I just kind of sat with them and kind of just gently gave a reminders and that all worked out, you know? But so the point being is that mental health professional like, right? It's like, hey, if you're feeling like, if you don't treat this person, if I as the therapist, I'm not treating this person, they're not going to make it. I might say that that person might need more help than you can offer. And so, and then what wound or what kind of, what is that bringing up for you? Because like you said, right? Like you were talking about, you're in this healthy relationship. I'm in this healthy relationship, just even outside of therapy. And we still have those thoughts come up, right? And if we're like so in the work, like we might get lost with that. So if anyone's a therapist, listening to this and just to kind of keep that in mind and you might be like, of course Edward, I went to grad school too. And I've been trained and it's all good, but remember guys like most of the ethics violations that we have to deal with typically end up when we start working in isolation and we're licenses don't have as much oversight. So it's good to check in with yourself, maybe check in with some colleagues, you know, about that. I feel like am I over you know, we do that my job, you know, I'm lucky that I have three amazing therapists. I work with. And a lot of other subsidies counselors and just other people. But in terms of the just therapy team, individual and family, I've got like three really awesome people. I work with. And we'll walk over and say, am I? Is it crazy for me to think that this might be okay or whatever or what's going on with that? Am I cutting this person too much slack or am I overextending myself? And we'll check each other and I love that we do that because then we can be more effective..
"edward" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"In the right place. I'm here with my buddy Edward schirach and he is a licensed psychologist. I know him from my support groups and we, we've been talking about you coming on the show since you got licensed as a therapist and we were kind of going back and forth on while there's a lot of things that we could talk about and the two things that we decided that we're going to talk about one because it's so common and I realized that we don't really talk about it on the podcast is being a rescuer. Yeah. And the other thing I wanted to talk about is what you wrote your dissertation about which is about relapse so first let's talk about somebody who is an emotional rescue where both platonically and romantically. Wonder what are kind of some of the signs and if you're comfortable sharing any of your story about playing that role? Sure. It might not be a surprise that therapists might have a little bit of rescuer in them, right? And maybe that's how we found our way to the field, right? And my hope is, is that other mental health professionals kind of work on that. Just so that they can avoid any countertransference issues that might kind of cloud their judgment. But that being said, you know, it's a process. Yeah, I mean, in terms of emotional rescuing, I think we're kind of talking about enabling to some extent, right? And we're talking about coming in and sort of saving someone. And being their person. And that, in some ways, can be crazy making. And in other ways, because you're like, why can't they? But you why can't they drink in moderation? Why can't they drink it or why can't they? You know, I'm putting in so much effort into this and how come they're not, but if I don't, who will, right? And then the answer is anyone else they find. Maybe them. Yeah, maybe them eventually, right? And maybe not, you know, sometimes with the cluster bees that are really pervasive and not treated, right? They can keep moving along and keep moving along. When you say cluster B's, you mean morbidity. Yeah, well, people who tend to have personality disorders that are kind of on the borderline, narcissistic, histrionic kind of sociopathic antisocial, but on those kind of areas, right? Because. They're looking for someone else to kind of save or to show them that kind of stuff at times. They're kind of connection, right? And who's looking for the cluster to be the person being rescued, there's a payoff for them as well. I think, and once you withdraw that, they may go and find someone else. If when you're able to set the boundary, and if that person's not in a place where they can respect that boundary, that does create some emotional distance, right? And it might even require a termination temporarily or long term of a specific relationship. And if that person isn't doing anything to change, they're going to seek out another person to fill that need. There were super cool, right? So it sounds like, oh, emotional rescuing, right? The person who's rescuing is doing all the work. But there's a payoff for both people, right? And I think whatever the payoffs for both people. Yeah, well, you know, for the person who's being rescued, obviously there's that part of it. You know, they get that out. Getting bailed out of jail. And bailed out, just being taken care of. It's okay. You don't have to go look for a job. I know you're depressed, but you don't want to take action. You don't want to go to therapy. Sure. Or even like soothe me, right? Excuse me. And be my person. Listen to me. Hear me out, right? I'm going to create all this wreckage, but instead of working on the issues that may be causing that wreckage, I'm just going to vent to you and take up all your time, right? And you're going to want to make me feel safe and comforted. And because then you're a good person. You're a good person. Yeah, there's that. Yeah, for sure. I mean, I think that I will say in my own personal experiences in some ways, I would say this more so and intimate relationships. Then I could feel like the good guy, right? I could feel like the good guy, and then I wanted, and then, you know, I'm feeling like, oh, at least I have that to offer. And it's a powerful feeling when you feel that you have affected change, usually only temporarily. And somebody's life. It can be a real high. And I think especially for kids who are parentified, you know, that's kind of it's kind of a big head trip for a kid even though it fucks them up, feeling like I'm my parent trust me enough to talk about how much they hate their marriage. I must be really smart. Yeah. I think parents of parentification is a channel. It's challenging. It's hard. The child really won't have the capacity to understand that, oh, I'm not supposed to be doing this. Because it's not, I don't think a kid says, I'm going to be the savior for my parents, right? It's really a survival kind of thing. Hey, if I show up for my parents, then they can show up for me too. You know, I did notice, I think, you know, we're talking about personal stuff. I love my parents and they're amazing people. I actually wouldn't be sober if it wasn't for them. And the amount of love and support they offered. I will also say that I think in their own growth and development, you know, one of the things I noticed as a kid was that my parents would be arguing about completely different things. At the same time. Yeah, they'd be like one person would be on one point about something. You know, and this is like, obviously, you know, they were the points and the issue was, in some ways, congruent, right? And they were on the same arena, I guess you could say, but the things they were actually arguing about, maybe they just maybe, if I'm reflecting, maybe it's they weren't actually listening to each other and they both had what was important to them that they were hyper focused on. Like, you guys are even talking about the same thing. And then I kind of felt like, oh, maybe if I talked to this person and I talked to that person, I could massage it a little bit of stuff. I don't think I was very effective at it, but I think that's kind of where I maybe noticed I was starting out with that. And at least you don't feel helpless. At least you don't feel helpless and you know it's hey let me take the focus off of you guys arguing and bring it back to me in some way. So there's that payoff and I think that's that can show up later on in life I guess with the intimate relationships, but you know we're talking about that and we said, oh, we're the good guy. We're helpful, are we? And then I think also if I'm really busy rescuing someone else, I'm not looking at my own shit, right? Which I think is probably the subconscious point of it. The survival mechanism to not think about our pain is I'm going to worry about your drinking. Or you not getting a job or instead of oh, I didn't get to do that thing because I was so busy rescuing you, right? Maybe acknowledging how much that's actually sucked. And like what you're part of it was. To not go after that thing you wanted. It's really easy to then blame someone else, but then hey I'm rescuing them. I also think that in some ways, I don't know, it's almost like, hey, I'm gonna take this broken burn and make it mine, right? And is that kind of picking off a weak one? Maybe. Somebody that's maybe not gonna leave. Maybe not gonna leave. Maybe someone that is, I don't know, like if someone is seeking someone else and desperate for that rescuing, right? Then, you know, in essence, you get to be the good guy, right? But then you're also, I don't know, it's almost like,.
"edward" Discussed on The Truth About Wealth
"They've got a special guest on the show. That is edward gordon. Michael why did you bring edward on the show today Hello are good to talk with you. It's that i brought. We brought edward on as one of our specialists that works with a great a number of our families. And he's a good colleague of ours for quite a while now and We brought edward on from preservation. Capital partners As a specialist in the private placement life insurance world. And that's going to be our topic for today so that that's why we brought edward on ed. Thank you for being here. Excellent signing worldview ed. These days correct is zero. The absolutely and why. I'm a jump in here michael. Why why is it important podcast. Because what's going on in. Washington is concerned a lot of families about some tax planning with anticipation of rates going up. We're not sure where they're going to go but Everybody believes this up is going to change. so ed's program is ver-very tax efficient. Nevada abedin stands life insurance. If you go back to some of our podcast. I think we discussed a bunch of this in earlier. Podcast life. Insurance is a very interesting characteristic to the fact that everything grows in. That policy grows tax free. If handled correctly you could take it out tax rate so they gonna talk about a special institutional level program that is available to qualified clients in this arena. So i'm just going to turn it back to you and and let's talk about where the started and maybe history life insurance and talk about how institutions are program. Some of the attributes of the life insurance policy may conducive for people to want to not only buy it for the death benefit protection but for one.
"edward" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"Review i'm dahlia. Shenlin an armed given hope every week we bring you conversations with authors about their books and research and other things that we find fascinating topical. If you like us. Please consider becoming a patriot supporter by going to our homepage l. v. one dot fm slash tel aviv review. Scroll to the bottom and click the big red button that says patron click and support us. We're counting on you or yesterday's professor timothy. Brennan of the departments of cultural studies and comparative literature at the university of minnesota has written extensively on topics ranging from musical traditions in the americas to mark zeman culture to intellectual history and his eighth and latest book is places of mind. A life of edward eat and it falls under the latter category. It was published in twenty twenty one by farrar straus and zero and we are delighted to welcome him to the show Talking us from new jersey professor timothy brennan. Hello and welcome to the tel aviv review. Thank you hello. So eight. Life of edward eight why they indefinite article the short answer. Is that my editor. Insisted on it but After she did. I realized that it was the smart thing to do. I had written a lot about edward before this. Maybe thirteen essays. Some of which i've written while he was still alive. And those i'm sticking out my own theories and positions. I set about writing this though to not do that. I learned so much from the people that i interviewed and plumbing. Through the archives as well. I realized that there are certain experiences that certain people had with him that i couldn't have had and therefore offered perspectives. That i could never have come up with and my job is i saw. It was to triangulate and to as much as possible capture the many sides of edward site nevertheless i realized that there's so many different kinds of people so many smart people who have written about him Brilliantly in the past that it would be it's served to claim you know. And i think the word though would suggest that i was cleaning that this was the definitive and final and complete and comprehensive picture. Nevertheless that tried to be complete and comprehensive bet i recognize. That's probably impossible. I like it because it's a very i. It raises a sort of postmodern angle. This is one way of looking at it and there are others. Maybe wanna get into the many angles of who edwards side was. Yes well let me just note in passing that. Edward was very very dedicated. The idea of taking a position. So the notion of ambiguity ambivalence which really characterizes the theoretical milia in which he worked in the academy was one that i think he was rather resistant to He wanted there. To be this notion of the unopposed modern notion that there is a history that happened and that it can be recovered by the careful and responsible reading of texts about the past so this is a very important part of what he means by the term philology for example so he really believes that there are better and worse interpretations of the past. He wants to insist on the facts right. But just the very thing that the people who disliked orientalists and so much thought that he was guilty of not believing so I i don't think that he would be open to the idea that this is just a perspective just one perspective and every perspective is kind of equalled every other perspective this would be a postmodern notion that i think he would really reject so the idea here is have i in the writing of this. Biography called the right facts and have i assembled them in a plausible narrative that i think would be the bigger question getting to the need of your question though the many sides of edward well you know what can say. I mean he. He lived the polyphonic existence. And a number of different ways and he was of course a pronounced literary critic probably the most revered And influential of his generation. He was a an acerbic music critic. And according to people like his close friend daniel barenboim who would know Edward knew everything. There was to know about classical music even more than the people that barenboim collaborated with in a long career So there was this outlet of his That had to do with the knowledge of classical music history of performance All of the details into and and nuances of a counterpoint and of composition. Read music theory books. You know these were important than they were. Part of the humanist tradition so this would be another i mean. Obviously he was a professional conversationalist probably the genre of writing that he excelled in the most was the interview. And it's really that that made him a public media figure which would be another dimension of him right that he was able to think on his feet that he could charm. You know the socks off of a hostile interviewers on the nightly news that he could make jeanne kirkpatrick look like a fool. You know in an exchange you know. These were the things that as a professor glitter knowing that. That's what he was. You say who can do this but but this guy this is like it makes it fun and important to be a professor. You know in a way that never really existed before him or rarely existed before it so these would be some of the things that you know. I would say in answer to your question. But of course there's that other side which is.
"edward" Discussed on The Science Show
"Here's a puzzle requiring some lateral thinking. How would you control parking without parking meters leaving it to drivers with just one absolute requirement. Answer insist they leave their lights on. This was the brainchild of edward bono. Of malta we heard from him last week. He died in june but he lives once again in this conversation about his life from the science showing ninety ninety seven i was always curious i was always making inventions and trying things out and in fact when i was at school or two things that haven't won is i was the only boy with his own to the chemistry of orange. She's had good anytime segment. I was a school is about eleven and is a boarding school. I opened up an underground root through the shelters of the school through the middle of ago school. The shelters option to the town about half mile away. I devised all the keys and the maps and so on and the big boys sixteen seventeen years to have to come off me for my maps and my keys and permission to use my escape route to get into the gill school. No no no. Just on the way wouldn't been coaching improper behavior to get into the time. I'm going to have a beer. Well when such a person got a place at oxford to just about the most aristocratic college christ's church was that's a confrontation taking on at the high level. At all. in fact. I was elected to be president on these scottish reeling club even though the place was full of genuine sleds and so on on probably because i knew more pretty girls than anyone else did and they wanted those girls coming. Dodson's country club. What was your secret benefiting in in such an alien place simply not to start assuming that you're not gonna fit in. I think expectations set a lot way. You reading psychology. From the beginning. I was reading called. P p p which is psychology and physiology and you can do philosophy if you want instead of his algae. So i was reading that at that time only twenty. I think maybe thirty people in the heart of oxford were allowed to read psychology and it was very restricted. They're not much bigger. I enjoyed it. It was a little bit disappointing. It was a set amount of emphasis on rats and mazes and town rather than real people. But every experimental of course actually called experiments icon. You graduated them what happened. I'd already done medicine and mortar as a doctor. And then i graduated to them at the radcliffe. I did a d phil. Which is the oxford equipment. A phd in control blood pressure systems behavior. And so on. Then i went to saint thomas hospital and then went from there to cambridge university to help with presser iva mills starting the clinical unit. Then when i went that would just two of us. When i left those off of eighty five and then. I went to harvard for a while. And i came back to cambridge and so on only the most wonderful ivy league places. Well happened that way and it seems so far to be a conventional rise through the ranks of a medical doctor winded lateral thinking. Come in several. Things happened from psychology. I was interested in thinking. Then the key thing was in medicine. I was dealing with the complex system behavior circulation respiration sodium excretion endocrinology. How all these things interacted. So i developed some concepts of self organizing systems. Then in medicine is working with computers. This is way back this nine and sixty four the ibm. I think was seventy nine. Four hundred fifty but from medicine came the idea on self organizing systems so the key book was the mechanism of mind which i wrote nine sixty nine and that book was rather ahead of its time in fact probably the leading physicists in the world professor mario man at caltech read that book and he said it's interesting. You talk about these things. Ten years before mathematicians daughter looking at chaos theory stable systems on stable systems on etc talking about in my book and that really was the basis for then saying i'm dealing with creativity. What is the underlying mechanism. In the mind pattern forming a symmetric pattern the needs to cut across patterns provocation. All these things. So that's how it all developed. Then i started writing about it and then that part of society which showed the most interest was the business community because in business. You've got to think in many other parts of society political even academic. It's enough to defend your point of view improve your right in business. You can prove your right to blue in the face and go bankrupt next day. So there's a reality tests are business is always said. We need new ideas watcher during of interest to us. Because if you read my first book there's not a mention of business in it and so then. Obviously i developed several strands working with business working in education and also developing further ideas. You've got a tremendous feel for metaphor. It seems quite extraordinary. The rock logic and the water logic. See the hats and the very term lateral thinking. Is that the key to. It is see indirectly in what you say. Yes because i'm dealing with the perception side thinking now traditionally we've always put emphasis on the processing side of thinking. Mathematics logic on the perceptual side of thinking is extremely important. But we've always neglected and it in real life and visit david. Pagans at holland's has done research with cheese says supports what i've always maintained ninety percent of the mistakes of thinking almost takes a perception not logic. Now if you're dealing with perception you've got to deal with it in a different way and if you onto illustrator relationship or possibility then a metaphors way to do it. Back to business. Apart from the money goes businesses. Prepare to pay. Do you find it. Not frustrating having to do essentially pouty piece for the next hotel full of people in power suits rather than exchanging ideas in the academic way with your world is. The answer is no because the more you talk you find simplisafe better ways of explaining something you clarify things for yourself and as always amount of interaction i mean for instance. Far more interesting for me to be working with one particular corporation.
"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones
"Unpack paying. Hi everybody. i'm maria. i'm amanda. This is the location. I'm packing. it's where we unpack. Well we what we talked about in the previous episode and today we are unpacking our prince edward island trips. What a ride. These past two days have been with people emailing us who live in on prince edward island with people giving their thoughts on our stories and our trips and then of course. The poll results are in. I'm just looking at it now. And sounds like the big winner is but above about about about about about about about about about about maria maria. stra that's right. I won this week with sixty point. Two percent saying they would take my trip in thirty nine point. Eight percent saying they would take amanda trip. And i bow to you. I concede concede the race. I'm not gonna demand a recount. thank you it was. It was a good battle bowl trips. Were great. I did a couple of people wrote in going. You know how do i. How do i vote. Do i vote with my do. I vote because i like the places you guys choose. Do i vote. Because i like the stories you guys tell now i think i think it's just a gut instinct but personally what i would say is go vote for whose trip. You'd rather take so like like for me. I think i would vote. Sort of like the stories are the cherry on top. But we're not doing a story telling contest for doing a travel show contests and so i would say vote with whose trip like you literally would rather take because the stories are getting exhausting and frankly i don't think i'm going to be able to maintain the level of story will ya. I hard with sandal. Was it was. I mean there was a beginning middle and end there. There was like a dark night of the soul in there. I mean you really went. You saved the cat fully. I was. I was writing prose..
"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones
"Because because you told me you saw from your perspective. Keira pushed him over the edge. Maria the grumpy professors lying. He's covering for us. Oh oh horrible. He was covering for cara because he he's grown to like us and support us right. They had a nice math discussion. Yeah after discussion. And then you know Cut to karen. I on a sailboat. And we're leaving prince edward island. Will we ever return. who knows. Wow well i mean it's you know. Part of me wishes that you guys would go through the legal system but the other part of me says you know you got away with it bomb voyage. Yeah what a beautiful scary love story. Thank you. I mean yeah. It's kind of a coming of age romantic thriller. I might say so. I mean i know it was. I had to do my best with a roughing budget and i think i i accomplished that. Oh i think you did. But i think that prince edward island i think like the i'm there's such beautiful campgrounds. You picked a beautiful. You know like home to be. And there's like like just gorgeous beachside campgrounds all throughout and i think that it is honestly a great place to go like like in a camper or camping in all that stuff as a great destination. It's got a little bit of everything for everyone totally. I think you're right. It's like your dollar goes pretty far there. I mean unless you're doing tons of lobster of course like the lobster isn't cheap yeah. I think it's like it would be a great place to camp and just take walks and swim in the beaches are supposed to be amazing. Yeah i know. I feel like we didn't even scratch the surface but it's definitely. It's definitely on my list of places. I'd like to go. And i you know i would love to go to a lot of places you talked about.
"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones
"On the oil rigs. I stop okay. Wow okay got it. Okay and my name is sarah but everyone calls me sandal because i'm always in sandals okay can't you see rules naming sandal sandal. Yeah i guess. I can't stand. That'd be a fun like to draw. Santa claus sandals clause and it's like santa and sandals iconic surfers. Santa of course it's been done okay. So just a little bit of back story care ab my old best friend. She comes from a prominent Prince edward family and she's been the potato queen for in high school for four years in a row. So this is a real thing. And i'm going to just show you this every year because prince edward island is known for their amazing potato crops and in fact they export them all around the world. There apparently these amazing potatoes and every summer there is a potato blossom festival. And i'm showing you the facebook. The facebook page for the potato blossom festival. And there's a beauty pageant where they crown him as potato blossom. Now this is wonderful. And i did come across the potato aspect of prince edward island. There is a museum the potato museum that is ranked like one of the best in the world. Yes it is amazing. And they're big mascot is just as huge potato. I love that okay and as you can see here. Here's a picture of miss potato blossom two thousand nineteen. She's very cute. So just to give you a little bit of insight on who care is she's irish heritage and she's like her family's really important there and me i'm from the wrong side of the tracks and it was an unlikely friendship but we were inseparable by best best friends until the summer of two thousand ten when i fled so okay so i had only fifty dollars to spend on accommodation. Luckily prince edward island is known for its camping. There are many Wonderful beachside forest campsites. There are these big family friendly campsites that have sort of like activities..
"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones
"Traditions that drawn scottish irish english and french. Heritage's that converged with the native missed mac. During the colonial period travel and leisure says those looking for acquaint vacation destination full of authentic local charm and leisurely living should visit prince edward island known for its tinted dunes and beaches which get their coloring from the high iron content in the sand. The island is notably most famous as the home of the beloved literary character and shirley from ella montgomery's early nineteen hundreds novel and giggles prince. Edward island was featured heavily as the backdrop of the book and wildly popular nineteen eighty s. Miniseries lonely planet dot com says. The astonishing thing is how little the islands landscape has changed since the writing of and of green gables farm houses fields creeks and dunes. Straight out of a children's storybook. Okay let's play case. So amanda you and i last week so it is my turn to take you on my trip to prince edward island while. I'm just really looking forward to this. Because i know you're a big Gable head what. I'll i'll let you in on a little secret. I have the. Vhs is growing up. I saw as a very young child. I hadn't seen it since and to prepare for this. I watched the miniseries..
"edward" Discussed on The Big Ones
"And i will let you know that i did leave with a souvenir from the vaas museum as well and it was a beautiful like gold leaf mug. That does sound nice now then. I went to the aba museum by myself. You didn't come to that with me. Either i was trollop ing around trawler. Lying around the old town. Isn't it funny. We went on a trip together and we both did our own things. Just like this podcast. We'll see tonight. I'm doing my own thing. Where was our third companion. She was off doing her own thing. Young neal was there who knows we were all we. All traveled together said sia. None of us wanted to do the same things. And i think that's okay. I do think it's healthy. I want to remind our listeners. That as we go through our trip today to prince edward island you can follow along on our custom. Google maps that we post in the show notes. We tag all of the locations. We're talking about in there. So if you wanna play along as you're listening that's a great to do and also if you want to vote for who trip you'd rather take and we announced the winners on the unpacking episode. I you can follow us at the big ones pod on twitter and we also post maria makes these beautiful collages of our trip so that's also a way to get a visual okay. Oh and just a reminder that this week. We're traveling to prince. Edward island canada and last week we spun the wheel of adventure i am roughing it with the budget of zero to fifty dollars a night. I'm traveling for a wedding. And i have a gift card and i am traveling on a luxury budget. Which is six hundred fifty dollars to two thousand dollars a night on girls on a girl's trip. Oh and i have to see some form of of live entertainment right. Well should we. Should we dive into you. Know should we. Should we put on our canadian. You know flag sweatshirts and and mosey on up to canada. Let's go.
"edward" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"Hey weirdos i'm ash in i'm elena and this is it is morbid and it's morbid and the morning could you tell i you could tell said you know how last time i was like. That's the song goes. Somebody was like. Oh that's like troy abed like it sounds like that show. Oh my god. You're right. And i didn't even think that that's not what it is. It's getting we love a troy and abed moment. I love community. We truly do. It's on netflix. On net flicks to. Oh shout out to my community college brethren because we used to like think that they watched us and community college data show about it. So tell me stories. And i'd be like yeah but i saw that on that episode. And you're like no i did that. I yes we're like. No we did that and listen joel mchale. It was me. I'm saying so shout out to you guys. You know who you are your own. Sammy and jeremy their ability. I only know. Joe and joe crows the bus joe crow. We love you so yeah. I think there's really not a lot lake at least right this second going on in the true crime worlds via i think everything is like still for a moment but i did see and i'm really excited about it. I'm sure everybody else will be that. buzzfeed unsolved has a new season out our male counterpart are male counterparts. Shane and ryan. And i think we're them. I really do. And i truly think that we need to collaborate them. I'm going to manifest it right here right now. Shane ryan you. You're invited. We're ready to do this. So let's do this because it would be amazing so much fun. I love buzzfeed unsolved so much. You actually got me into it. Yeah i love it. So i was excited to see. I think i saw both of them tweet like a couple of days that there's a new season so go check that out. We're not. We're promoting them just because we like them being. This is not an ad. I promise but i think that's really all we gotta we gotta go over. I think so too. This is your episode. Not mind this is my episode guys. What you don't so. Let's do this so today. We are going to be covering the case. John edward robinson. Oh my god you know that. I thought you were doing an entirely different case than i was like. I almost went to say it with you. And then i was like a show. That is not what i'm doing. Excuse me no..
"edward" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"His quest to find the gates of truth state alchemist. Edward elrick makes his way to the next destination. Stones are hard to come back but word is a hormone culex was seen in the area so to this area. Edward will go. It is then that a horned traveler takes up the road in front of edward preventing passage with smoke swirling around him sir. Trickster god loki holds up what appears to be a philosopher's stone. Want this lucky asks. They don't need you to do some favors for me. I'm in no mood for favors. Edward handed over loki smiles and takes a half step backwards. If you don't do what i want. I will hurt you. Edward leans back himself in preparation quietly. Mutters to grow one must sacrifice. Show me what you've got and this battle is about to get. Why it says guardian versus alchemist its horns versus auto mail. It's key versus elrick today on. Who would win and.
"edward" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Seen five barclay castle. Enter mattress and gurney gurney. I wonder the king dies. No art being in a vote up to the knees in water to which the channels of the castle run from once a damp continually arise. If that they're enough to poison any man much more king brought up so tenderly. And so do i i. Travis yes the night. I opened the door to throw him. Meet and i was stifled with the safer. He body able to endure more than we can inflict and therefore now let assail his mind another while sinful him out. Vince and i will anger him but stay. Who's this enter. Lake born. My lord Greet you gives letter. What's here. I know not how to concentrate gurney. It was left pointed for the nonce. Edward don occidental newly to marry. That's his meaning. Now you this token a stop. The king gives token high stay awhile. Thou shalt have answers straight aside. This villains sent to make away the king aside. I thought as much aside and win the murders done see how he must be handled for his labor per distal. Let him have the king. What else here is the key. This is the lake do as you are commanded by my lord. I know what i must do. Get you away yet. Be not far off your you see that in the next room. I have a fire and get me a spit and let me read halts very well need you anything. Besides what else. A table and a featherbed. That's all i. So when i call you bring it in fear not you. That is a light to go into. The dungeon gives light and then exit with mattress. So now let's talk about these gear. Nair was there any so finally hand this king show bay for his place indeed with all my heart's who want light is wet for comes to comfort you and bring you joyful news. Small comfort fines had toward in died. Looks i know how to murther murder. You my most gracious lowered far. Is it from my heart to do you harm. The queen has sent.
"edward" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Are ordained to live in misery therefore come dalliance dangerous. Our lives friends with them done. Edward go we'll hateful morton up point. No rask must. Ip bank said like the nightly bird who site lows some to all winged fouls when fury of his mind sway went will his heart be satisfied with blocked. If mind will serve an bowel straight this breakfast and give my heart to isabel and to him. It is the chief as mark they level latte. Not so my leash. The queen have given this judge to keep your in safety your passions. Make your dollars to increase. The usage makes the my misery in greece but come by air of life. Continue long when all my sense is annoyed with this within a dungeon. England's king is capped where am starved for one.