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Edwards sparks Towns-less T-wolves, 109-101 over Grizzlies

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 d ago

Edwards sparks Towns-less T-wolves, 109-101 over Grizzlies

"The Timberwolves were winners in their first game since Carl Anthony town suffered a calf injury, defeating the grizzlies by a one O 9 one O one final. Anthony Edwards scored 29 points to help Minnesota into three game losing streak. Jalen Noel delivered 24 points off the bench and D'angelo Russell had 15 points in ten assists. The wolves forced a season high 27 turnovers and one despite being out rebounded 59 29. John morant scored 24 points and jaren Jackson junior had 16 points and 11 rebounds for the grizzlies. I'm Dave ferry

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California police: Virginia man killed family, took teenager

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 4 d ago

California police: Virginia man killed family, took teenager

"California authorities say a Virginia man killed three members of a family and took a teen, I Norman hall. Police in riverside California say the suspect drove across the country to meet the teenage girl before killing three members of her family. He was identified as 28 year old Austin Lee Edwards. He was in law enforcement. Edwards was a Virginia state police trooper and was recently hired as a sheriff's deputy. He was portraying to be someone younger and probably someone different. Edwards obtained information, including her address, he took the teen, but was killed in a shootout the same day as the homicides. The girl was not harmed. I Norman hall

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Curry, Warriors cruise to 137-114 win over Timberwolves

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 d ago

Curry, Warriors cruise to 137-114 win over Timberwolves

"Stephen Curry, Jordan Poole and clay Thompson combined to score 70 points as the warriors routed the Timberwolves one 37 one 14. Curry led Golden State with 25 points of oven rebounds in 8 assists. Pull added 24 off the bench and Thompson had 21 points going 5 of 8 from distance. This is warriors forward draymond green who had 19 points and 11 assists. I think we're starting to put it together and if we can keep building at this rate, you know, we'll be poised for a run pretty soon here. The warriors scored 47 points in the first quarter and had 86 at the half. In the loss, Minnesota's Anthony Edwards scored 26 points and Karl Anthony towns had 21. I'm Ryan Leon

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Timberwolves hang on, top undermanned 76ers 112-109

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Timberwolves hang on, top undermanned 76ers 112-109

"The Timberwolves got the early jump and held off a late 76ers rally for a one 12 one O 9 win Minnesota jumped on early 11 point lead in the first quarter then used a 16 two second quarter run to push that lead to 20 after Philadelphia put the within one late in the fourth quarter Anthony Edwards sealed the win with a pair of free throws Edwards finished with 25 points for the simple wolves who even their records are 8 and 8 Joel embiid had a game high 32 for the sixers Michael luongo Philadelphia

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Edwards, Towns lead Timberwolves to rout of Magic, 126-108

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00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

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

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Edwards scores 34; Wolves beat Spurs 134-122

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Edwards scores 34; Wolves beat Spurs 134-122

"Anthony Edwards dropped in 34 points and back up jail and Noelle at a 23 in the Timberwolves one 34 one 22 downing of the spurs Edwards had 16 points by halftime highlighted by 5 three pointers The wolves were 20 of 34 from downtown and led by as many as 17 in the second half Carl Anthony towns chipped in 21 points to help Minnesota bounce back from Monday's loss to San Antonio Calvin Johnson finished with a team high 27 points and Doug McDermott added 19 for the spurs Both teams are three and two I'm Dave ferry

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This time Ravens hold on late, 23-20 against Cleveland

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00:36 sec | Last month

This time Ravens hold on late, 23-20 against Cleveland

"Gus Edwards rushed for two touchdowns in his first game back from major knee surgery to help lead the ravens to a 23 20 win over the browns The ravens avoided another fourth quarter collapse thanks to two huge Cleveland penalties on their final drive With the win the ravens improved to four and three for Edwards It was a must win situation big divisional game rivalry game We got momentum now We just got to keep building it up We gonna find out about ourselves and then we used to come The ravens defense sacked brown's quarterback Jacoby Brissette 5 times Cleveland got touchdown runs from Nick Chubb and Kareem hunt Craig heist Baltimore

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10 juvenile offenders now in area of Louisiana adult prison

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00:45 sec | Last month

10 juvenile offenders now in area of Louisiana adult prison

"Ten young offenders from a suburban New Orleans juvenile latke plagued by violence and escapes have been transferred to the state's main adult prison I Norman hall the tint young offenders were moved from the British city center for youth to the Louisiana state penitentiary at Angola a sprawling remote maximum security prison farm north of Baton Rouge the temporary move was allowed by federal judge over the objections of criminal justice advocates and the young inmates families Each dean will have his own sale and be segregated from the adult population They will be moved back to a youth facility after renovations are completed Governor John Bel Edwards and correction officials announced the transfer of plan in July amid growing pressure from elected officials concerned about escapes I Norman hall

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No. 5 Michigan tops No. 10 Penn St 41-17, runs for 418 yards

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00:34 sec | Last month

No. 5 Michigan tops No. 10 Penn St 41-17, runs for 418 yards

"5th ranked Michigan sprint's pass number ten Penn State 41 17 Michigan racked up 418 total rushing yards against the Penn State run defense that came into the game 5th best in the FCS giving up just under 80 a game Wolverine's tail back Donovan Edwards ran for a career high 173 yards and two touchdowns to help Michigan improve to 7 and O I feel like I've been prone for you know a game like this for a while now And I just had to just sit back and wait my turn It just showed the world what I'm capable of being able to do Penn State quarterback Sean Clifford through for a 120 yards and ran for 74 but left the game in the fourth quarter with a shoulder injury as his team drops to 5 and one Denny cap and arbor Michigan

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No. 1 Georgia rallies from 10 down to beat Missouri 26-22

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00:33 sec | 2 months ago

No. 1 Georgia rallies from 10 down to beat Missouri 26-22

"Top ranked George's scored a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to pull out a victory at Missouri 26 22 The bulldogs trailed 22 12 before going on a ten play 75 yard drive capped by Kendall Milton's one yard plunge with 9 39 remaining And ensuing 68 yard drive ended with a one yard run by dejan Edwards with four O three remaining Stetson Bennett was held without a scoring pass while throwing for 312 yards Mazouz Brady cooked through for 192 yards in a score and Cody Schrader had 89 yards on just 6 carries I'm Dave ferry

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"edwards" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"edwards" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

"Everybody. I know I say this every time and you begin to wonder, but is can it always be this good? Yes, it can. It's always good. And today, David Edwards is going to be incredible for you. I'm building him up and I promise you he's on deliver. Dave, welcome to live talk. Thank you so much, Dwayne. It's great to get to be on with you, man. It's a real privilege. Well, I consider that as well now, so without giving a lot of history, nobody really wants to hear about, I do want to say that we have known each other a long time, a long time. We are some of the last gospel troubadours left. Seriously, you're still out there, man. I know you're working in a local church, but you're also still traveling and speaking. I'm still traveling all over the country and parts of the world. And it's really all I've wanted to do since I was 16. That's when I surrendered to the call to ministry. And it just, it's been I've been on a steady path of just walking through doors that got opens. You know, it's been fantastic. I can not just tell people that my first memory be though, wasn't that you were so deep theologian guy. Okay. But you came and did a student conference with us. It was like, don't know for sure the date, but probably around 1990. That's about when I started working for him. And with him and I was doing the music at his conferences leading to what we now call the worship time, but the prize music time. But and then there's this guy named David Edwards, he's talking about Dave's super Dave. Kubernetes come to speak. That's right. Okay, okay, cool, man. I wasn't in the circuit back in then.

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Lessons From UFC: Don't Count People out, Fight Like Hell

Mark Levin

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Lessons From UFC: Don't Count People out, Fight Like Hell

"The kick the change the UFC it was the greatest come back I've ever seen In this champ is a champ I mean he's like 27 and one He was getting close to the record on the most wins in a row as champion defending his belt And out of nowhere this guy Edwards who looked exhausted looked like he gave up Faked the right cook kick Kicked him with his left foot left leg Across the side of his face and knocked him out With a minute or so to go Maybe two minutes Knocked him out Shocked and stunned everybody Including the three commentators And me and everybody Point is you don't count people out Doctor Oz JD Vance Herschel Walker others whose names that the tip of my tongue you don't count them now You fight like hell

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Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years for helping Epstein

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00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years for helping Epstein

"In New York Glenn Maxwell was sentenced to 20 years in prison for helping the late financier Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused underage girls Epstein committed suicide in 2019 and prosecutors say he couldn't have sexually abused children without the help of Maxwell his longtime companion Brad Edwards represents 60 Epstein victims He says Maxwell's sentence should have been more Want a very conservative indictment She's giving 20 years So that doesn't sound lucky but in the course it's good for what she did it is Maxwell's attorney Bobby sternheim says she will appeal Even before she stepped forward into this courthouse she was being tried and convicted in the court of public opinion In court Maxwell blamed Epstein saying meeting him was the greatest regret of her life I'm Ed

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"edwards" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

21:22 min | 5 months ago

"edwards" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"When he's done, the person conducting the polygraph says that in his opinion, Eddie is telling the truth. Police don't have enough to charge him with anything. And back in New York, despite his unwillingness to speak with detectives, Joey also agrees to take a polygraph and he passes too, so no charges for him either. That same day, Timothy's case goes to a grand jury, and he's indicted on a second degree murder charge. But by now, Dennis has already started to build a really strong defense. Because Timothy's mother is certain that in January of 1986, Timothy was actually in a youth group home called saint cabrini, which is an hour away from Middletown. Timothy was apparently sent there because he was getting into some trouble. But he hadn't been arrested or anything back then, so we're not talking about a high security setup. I mean, still, the kids who stay there are monitored. And his lawyer realizes that this could be the answer to their prayers. He subpoenas the records from saint cabrini and sure enough, he sees that Timothy's placement there went from December 30th, 1985, through January 31st, 1986. Dennis is now totally convinced that Timothy's confession was bogus. But the records he has won't be enough to satisfy the court. Their general placement records, there's no documentation proving that Timothy was there when Sean was killed. So it's time to get the DA's office on board. Of course, prosecutors want more information. So they send an investigator of their own to the facility to dig deeper. The DA's investigator manages to get more detailed records that show not just placement, but hourly bed checks on the day of the murder. Dennis pours through the records as fast as he can, but in the meantime, a preliminary hearing is held, where police dispute the defense's claims that Timothy's confession was coerced. Detectives who testify say Timothy wasn't scared at all. He was totally calm when they spoke with him, and they were, too, because they didn't think that they were interviewing a suspect. But Dennis says that with a guy like Timothy, police wouldn't have had to be wildly aggressive to get him talking. He was very compliant, and it would have been easy to press his buttons. An article by police interrogation expert Richard a Leo in the journal of the American academy of psychiatry and the law says that people who are highly suggestible or compliant are more likely to falsely confess. Highly suggestible people tend to be unassertive and have higher levels of anxiety. And those in other personality traits can make them more vulnerable to interrogation pressure. Timothy could fit the bill, but maybe that doesn't even matter. Maybe those group home records will be all they need to prove that he wasn't involved. According to Tristan Corden's reporting, the saint cabrini records state that all 43 youths were in their beds from the night of January 15th, 1986 through the next morning. They were checked on every hour from one to 9 a.m., and in that important time window of like four to 6 a.m., staff noted that everyone was asleep and the cottage was clean and quiet. But it might not be the solid piece of evidence the defense thinks it is. This episode was made possible by Etsy, where special doesn't have to mean expensive. I don't know if you guys have met me before, but I adore sequin. And I used to say that I own way too much for someone who lives in Indiana, but I've got this whole new attitude about it now. I have stopped waiting for an occasion to wear it and now I wear a sequin to the office. It's a real moira rose vibe. You would love it, trust me. So I am always on the lookout for new and unique sequin pieces to mix into my wardrobe, and I have found some of the cutest stuff on Etsy. Like I just got this light sequined duster jacket with fringe on the ends that is adorable. But Etsy isn't just clothing, sellers on Etsy have handmade items in every category, like home decor, kids toys, jewelry, and more. If you're new to Etsy, use code hello ten at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase. That's code hello ten. Maximum offer value of $50 ends October 31st, 2022. See terms at Etsy dot com slash terms, extraordinary, handmade, affordable. Etsy has it. Shop Etsy dot com. That's because a sank cabrini staff member who was on duty at the time testifies at the hearing, and according to detective sergeant Jason Jennings, the man admits that he had been caught sleeping on the job once before. And his supervisor told him if it ever happened again he'd be fired. So, as for the group home records being indisputable proof that Timothy was nowhere near Middletown, investigators have their doubts. But his lawyer doesn't agree, he says the attendance records placed Timothy at saint cabrini continuously through the entire month of January in 1986. So if prosecutors want to move ahead, they're going to need to show that the facility's records are wrong. Not just around the time that Sean was murdered, but a couple of days before that when Timothee said that Eddie called him at home to arrange the whole thing. The DA realizes his office probably won't be able to tear apart Timothy's alibi. But there's one more thing that he wants before he just dismisses the murder charge. He asks for a polygraph. Under most circumstances, a defense attorney is not going to urge a defendant to take a polygraph. But this is not most circumstances. Not only is Dennis convinced that a polygraph won't hurt them, he thinks it's going to be the thing that saves Timothy. So on Saturday, October 17th, Timothy is brought in from jail to a library in the DA's office. While he answers questions, his lawyer Dennis, Timothy's mom, the DA and the investigator wait in another room. There's some nervousness in the air. Even though the defense thinks this will go their way with the polygraphs. I mean, you can never be a 100% sure. But Timothy finishes up and right then and there, they find out he passed. That Monday, after 12 days in Orange County jail, Timothy walks out a free man. The DA tells the public that at this point there is no indication that Sean was murdered because he was involved with drugs in some way, so police are back to square one. Detective Bernstein wants to keep going, maybe track down other group home employees, formally interview them, even polygraph them. But the chief tells him it's time to move on, the charge was dismissed, that's it. Cynthia tries to wrap her head around the latest development. I mean, in less than two weeks, there went from being three people potentially facing charges for her son's murder to none. It is a roller coaster ride that she never wanted to get on in the first place. And as much as the Edwards family has been trying to move forward, it's almost impossible to do while they're still being bombarded with rumors. Especially because many of the people who share info have an ulterior motive. Like, if someone is mad at a neighbor, they'll tell Cynthia the neighbor might have had something to do with Sean's murder, hoping that she'll pass it along to police. This goes on for years, and in October of 1999, that's when a new lead comes in. A man who just retired from the Middletown state hospital tells police that one of the psychiatric patients, a guy named William, used to threaten to kill staff members, quote, like he killed Sean Edwards. Because of HIPAA laws, the man hadn't been able to come forward when he was an active employee. But he once policed to know about it now. Investigators subpoenaed the hospital records, and when they managed to gather everything a few months later, detective Jerry misch goes through the hundreds of pages, at least ten thick binders. All of it dealing with staff's daily interactions with William. But there is nothing in the records implicating him in anything. And William was actually staying in the hospital at the time of the murder. He was occasionally allowed to leave on a day pass, but he couldn't just come and go as he pleased. He wouldn't have been able to wander around at 5 36 a.m.. And detective misch says there's nothing indicating William was ever missing from the hospital. So, that's it for that lead. But by now, technology has advanced considerably since Sean was killed. So in March of 2000, Middletown detectives meet with the state police forensics team for a case review. And here's where things get messy. For one thing, we don't know who handled or packaged the various pieces of evidence because sergeant Jennings told us that he couldn't find records detailing the chain of custody. A second issue is, at least some of the evidence, including Sean's bloody clothing, was preserved in plastic. According to a forensic scientist and crime scene expert, George skiro, any evidence that's damp or wet needs to be air dried completely and then packaged in unused dry paper containers. If it's left in plastic for more than a couple of hours, the evidence can be altered or destroyed because fungus or mold can start to grow. And listen, it's not like this was unknown science back then. A law enforcement investigations guide that was publicly released by the army in late 1985 says that damp garments should never be put in plastic bags because there's almost always rapid biological change. But I don't know how readily available this information was back then, especially to smaller departments. And I don't know what the common day to today practices were. But based on the condition of Shawn's evidence, the forensic pathologist tells Middletown that it's not clear if their lab will be able to get any DNA results. Although, it does seem like the lab was able to pull something. There was apparently a small sample of unidentified DNA found on a piece of evidence, but we don't have any details about that. And that's because of the third issue. We don't know the results of a lot of lab testing that was conducted because those records also can't be located. Last we heard Middletown was waiting on state police to get back to them with copies of the results, and they were also in the process of digitizing everything that they do have in Sean's case file, which is at least four huge boxes of records. So maybe they have these documents and just weren't able to find them when we spoke with them. I don't know why they aren't digitized or why these important facts aren't more diligently passed down or recorded in some other way is a more systematic problem that I honestly see across a lot of departments. At any rate, during that case review in 2000, the forensic pathologist shares some insight that bolsters the position many of the detectives have already taken, which is that considering Sean's athletic abilities, there was probably more than one assailant. She also tells them it might be worth it to get a blood stained pattern expert to look over the crime scene photos, which they do. That expert says it looks like Sean was standing up when he was stabbed based on the cast off blood stains on the wall behind him. Now I'm sure you guys know this but cast off blood is droplets that are thrown or transmitted onto a surface from a moving source of blood. So a bleeding victim or a bloody weapon being swung around. Now, with the evidence, it seems like all is not lost, because in 2002, after hearing about a new technique that uses gold dust to get fingerprints off clothing, detective mish starts making plans to submit Sean's football jacket for testing. Though it's hard to get fingerprints off fabric at the time, only two agencies were doing this. The U.S. Secret Service and the Royal Canadian mounted police. It takes almost a year to get it set up, but in March of 2003, Secret Service performed the test. But after all of the work that went into making it happen, police are disappointed when it yields nothing. But that same year, police get a tip that once again brings their attention back to Joey. This episode is made possible by sleep number. You guys I officially have it dialed in. Last night, my sleep IQ score was 83, and that was with my sleep number set at 75. Now I'm a bit of a perfectionist, so even 83 isn't perfect to me. 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So it's important to invest time and care into keeping your mind healthy. Better help is online therapy that offers video phone and even live chat only therapy session. So you don't have to see anyone on camera if you don't want to. It's much more affordable than in person therapy, and it's available worldwide. Better help will assess your needs and the can match you with your own accredited therapist in under 48 hours. Visit better help dot com slash crime junkie and join the over 2 million people who have taken charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional. Our listeners get 10% off their first month at better help dot com slash crime junkie. That's better HELP dot com slash crime junkie. A confidential informant says that the knife used in the Sean Edwards homicide is in a house that Joey's mom owned before she passed away. Specifically, in an air duct in the basement. And listen, if you're like me, you're like, hold up. I thought we already found the knife handle at the scene, wouldn't that have been the murder weapon? But police were never able to definitively conclude that anything found at the crime scene was used as a weapon. So this lead could be huge, especially because some investigators are still convinced that Joey has a hand in this somewhere somehow. So the new owner of the house agrees to let police have access to the basement. Feeling hopeful, officers go down there. They open up the air duct, and they find dust. Another dead end. Then, in 2007, detective mesh interviews someone about Sean, who says that that whole rumor about Sean stealing cocaine from Nelson was a garbled version of telephone. He says that he himself was actually the one who stole the cocaine. From Nelson's drug business partner. It's just one of the many bizarre turns this investigation has taken in the 36 years since Sean's murder. But it honestly makes sense and confirms what everyone has been saying all along that Sean had no involvement in drugs whatsoever. For the Edwards family, it has been decades of questions and grief and even fear because at times the family would get harassing phone calls where the caller would tell them that killers got the wrong sibling, and it should have been one of them who got murdered. They never figured out who was calling, or if the calls were really connected to Sean or just a terrible hoax. They tapered off and eventually stopped, so Cynthia thinks it was someone just screwing with their heads. Although why someone would take the time to do that is just beyond me. But get this, Cynthia had a notebook where she'd write down all of the rumors and stuff people told her about Sean. And at some point, she says someone broke in through the back door of her house, and they actually stole that out of her filing cabinet. And that's the only thing they stole. I don't know if she reported it because Cynthia and Sean's sister Kimberly said that over time, they really lost faith that police cared to help them. They felt like they were fighting an uphill battle alone. And they've had bad experiences with several different investigators. Police say that they've spent thousands of hours trying to get to the bottom of Sean's murder and doing everything they can to catch whoever's responsible. Behind the scenes, they tell us that the investigation is still active. It's cycled through multiple detectives as people have retired, including almost everyone Nina interviewed. The newest investigator, a man named Andrew Rosen says that the investigation has taken two different directions that police are now focusing on. One is still drug related, whether Sean himself was involved in drugs, or if he was just friendly with people in the game, police aren't sure. The other direction is that Sean found out about something that someone didn't want him to know. Exactly what that is, we don't know. All detective Rosen would say is that it's related to some sort of illegal activity. Again, not that Shawn was necessarily involved in it himself, but he might have known about it. Maybe whoever did this thought he was going to tell people something, which if you remember, is kind of what people have been telling Kimberly for years, and it could help explain why Sean was afraid in the time leading up to his death why he was carrying around a weapon. There was still a lot of different theories among retired and active cops. Some think Sean's murder was planned from the beginning, others think it started as a fight and then escalated. To Cynthia, the brutality of the attack makes her think it was deliberate. Someone wanted her son to die. And with advancements in technology, especially forensic genealogy, police say they're optimistic that they'll be able to learn more from the evidence they do have. In fact, detective Rosen says that there are plans in the works for more lab testing. Police have also developed potential new suspects, some of whom were not on the radar during the early investigation. They're being pretty tight lipped when it comes to naming them or discussing them at length. But they did say that several of these people are connected in some way, either loosely like they know each other or more directly, like they might have worked together to kill Sean. As far as older suspects and persons of interest, we tried to track down Timothy fair-weather, but we couldn't find any contact for him, but Nina managed to reach his mother, who said that he wouldn't be interested in speaking with us. None of the phone numbers that we found for Eddie Devlin worked, and other people had passed away, including Joey salgado, John fig Lucy, mister figg, and Nelson. Actually, it looks like Nelson was deported at some point and police heard that he was later killed in Colombia. The good news about some of the newer suspects is they're still alive, which means that if they are responsible, they can be held accountable for murdering a child who is still so missed so many years later. To this day, Kimberly has such a clear picture of Sean. The way he looked the last time she saw him alive, lounging on the couch, happy that big grin on his face, but she's also haunted by another memory. Sean in a casket at his funeral, just a few days after that. Cynthia doesn't understand how this could happen, and the grief that she carries in her heart is always there. And it has been from the moment that she learned her son had been killed. She told us, quote, I didn't let them roam the streets. They had a curfew to get home before dark. He's the last kid I ever thought that would happen to. End quote. Let's help this family get some small measure of comfort. Someone out there knows who is responsible for Sean's murder. So if you have any information about this case, please call the Middletown police at 8 four 5 three four three three one 5

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Will Trump's Age Be a Factor in the 2024 Election?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Will Trump's Age Be a Factor in the 2024 Election?

"Well, it cuts both ways. And you make this point also in the column is that the presumed FrontRunner for the Republicans is Donald Trump who wants to run again for a non consecutive second term, he'll be 78 when that election rolls around. The same age that Biden was when he just just before he got elected or just after he got elected. And asking us to rely on his cognitive abilities until the age of 82. Now, I'd say that before Biden, Biden's performance over the last 17 months, there may have been Republicans who wouldn't have been uncomfortable with that. I think now that maybe not just Republicans, but Americans in general might be really reconsidering the whole thing set to a generis to The White House idea, even though 70 is clearly not the same thing as 70 40 years ago, it's still 70. And it's an issue and we're seeing it, we're seeing that issue now play out in how Joe Biden's handling is handling his press conferences handling extemporaneous questions and especially the fact that they're hiding him from one on one interviews and they have been for months. Yeah. Well, you're missing 70, 70s kind of the new 60 in politics. It's 80 that is becoming the great concern. And I should say a few things. I don't know if you watched Trump's speech in Nashville at the state and freedom coalition thing. It was long about an hour and a half, incredibly energetic, high energy, high velocity, the whole time. And that's very characteristic of his public performances. So there's no way that Biden could have pulled off something like that.

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Breaking Down the Trump Effect in Alabama

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | 5 months ago

Breaking Down the Trump Effect in Alabama

"Joining us now is David drucker senior political correspondent for the Washington examiner who has been covering the election in Alabama. You know, this is something David that I think that there's been a lot of attention paid to it, but I think that sometimes it just gets a little lost in the shuffle of everything that's happening in Washington. How important is this race in Alabama for Republicans opportunities in the midterms? Well, listen, I think it's fascinating because you have a Senate runoff with so many dynamics that represent what's going on in the party. I mean, Republicans are going to win the general election down here. No matter what, it's just that kind of state, but what we saw and this was an early indication of some of the trends in Republican primaries. We saw in the spring and we saw it here first. We saw a candidate endorsed by former president Donald Trump, couldn't get it done. And it shows you that when you have a hardworking dynamic candidate, in this case, that's Katie Britt. That can overcome the Trump endorsement as potent as it can be in some contests and that's because what we've learned about the Trump endorsement is that it can take a candidate with talent and put them over the top of the tight contest. But it can't make something out of nothing.

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Supreme Court Set to Rule on Abortion Rights

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:41 min | 5 months ago

Supreme Court Set to Rule on Abortion Rights

"Well, you're welcome, Hugh I am live here from the relief factor dot com studios in Texas Ed Morrissey of hot air dot com and happy to fill in for you today. We do have power and we actually have heat. We actually have quite a bit of heat. But we've got all sorts of things here in Texas. And we've got a full show for everybody today. And of course, one of the big issues, we're going to be discussing a whole bunch of different issues. We're going to be talking about energy later in the hour. We're also going to be talking about energy with American petroleum institute, president and CEO. Mike summers, that will come an hour three, but we've got a lot to talk about about gas prices. But first before we go there, I want to talk a little bit about what today is because today is one of the few remaining decision days. At the Supreme Court. And of course, we're waiting on two major rulings. One of course being dobs regarding the Mississippi law on abortion. And the other is the brewing case in New York regarding the right to bear arms in the state of New York and how that applies. Neither one of those decisions have been handed down yet. We are waiting with bated breath on both of these, but of course most people are focused on the Dobbs decision, not just because it's an abortion decision. Not just because it may be the abortion decision where the Supreme Court finally disconnects itself from the abortion debate and hands it back to the legislatures, which is where it should have been all along, of course, but also because of all of the death threats that have been going on all of the protests, which are still going on in front of the homes of Supreme Court Justices, which is, by the way, illegal. It's against the law to do that.

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This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 6 months ago

This Is What Makes the Founding Fathers So Extraordinary

"Natural reality that does not believe that there's an overarching design to our existence. You of course are talking about people that want to be God themselves. It's nothing new. We've seen it. It's somewhat predictable almost. When you see people that get into power, they themselves want to turn into deities. This is one of the reasons why the founding fathers were so extraordinary, founding fathers are worthy of study. There were examination where they perfect of course not. However, the founding fathers were exceptional and they were brilliant. You see the founding fathers after they won the war. Against the British Empire very well could have made the washiton, Hamiltonian, jacksonian monarchy. They could have subdivided America and made every state its own kind of feudal territory because that's all humans knew before them. Before the founding fathers broke away and won against Great Britain. One against king George, the people of America, they wouldn't have known any different. Now there was a grassroots desire for self government thanks to the strong biblical teachings of Wesley and mayhew Jonathan mayhew and Jonathan Edwards and whitfield. Thanks to the colonial preachers that laid the foundation, roger Williams, as well, that started the foundation. For when it ended up being the revival of self government, the breakthrough in time, the 4000 year leap forward. And because of all of that, the founding fathers that decided to go a different way. They might have had many shortcomings. But they didn't have a shortcoming where they thought they were God. I can't say the

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'Trump asked us to come': Jan. 6 committee plays video of Capitol rioters explaining why they came

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

'Trump asked us to come': Jan. 6 committee plays video of Capitol rioters explaining why they came

"In a rare prime time hearing the House committee investigating the capitol riot blame Donald Trump for what it calls in attempted coup Donald Trump was at the center of this conspiracy Panel chair Benny Thompson says it was a brazen attempt to overthrow the government by a leader who couldn't accept his election loss and then summon supporters to the capitol On January 6th The hearing featured previously unseen videos of rioters saying they showed up at his urging And of the violence that followed carnage as capitol police officer Carolyn Edwards described it in live testimony The absolute war zone that the west front had become Other officers who fought with Thompson sat in the committee room some tearing up and consoling each other Sagar Meghani Washington

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Judge blocks Louisiana Congress map with one Black district

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Judge blocks Louisiana Congress map with one Black district

"Louisiana is headed back to the drawing board over congressional districts Louisiana just wrapped up its 2022 legislative agenda The governor John Bel Edwards says he'll call a special session so legislators can draw up new congressional district maps A federal judge blocked the use of maps retooled by the Republican controlled state House that include only one majority black district out of 6 total in a state with a population that is nearly one third black U.S. district judge Shelley dick issued the injunction Monday and ordered lawmakers to adopt a new plan by June 20th That's about a month before the sign up period for the November 8th congressional election She also threatened to enact a remedial plan Lawyers for the Republican Secretary of State have already filed a notice of appeal I'm Jennifer King

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"edwards" Discussed on Bear Grease

Bear Grease

04:16 min | 7 months ago

"edwards" Discussed on Bear Grease

"Isn't it ironic that these notorious outlaws were such respected and beloved people? Obviously, they had enemies too, and I'm certain there are unflattering stories about them. Like there would be about all of us. Me telling the story of the Edwards brothers is clearly not condoning breaking game laws. And let me say, whoever is without sin, let him cast the first stone. Times have changed for the better. Today, obeying game laws is the norm. And if you break them, you will be caught in severely punished. Game laws keep wildlife populations healthy. We love game laws. Today, the cool kids obey game last. That's just the way it is. The prime of these guys operation was simply a different time. It was a different mentality. So why did I tell the story? In a day of extreme polarization of things either being black or white, someone is either a criminal or a saint. You've either been accepted or you've been canceled. It seems to me like we could judge people with a little more nuance. If we were all judged by our worst day, we'd all be in trouble. The Edwards story is extremely intriguing and complex. In my personal take home for clay Newcomb has to do with the certainty of the Edwards brothers identity. They could have taught a masterclass on functionalizing a strong identity. And I'm not saying it was healthy or constructive, but they didn't take cues about themselves from sources deemed irrelevant. And therein lies the issue with many of us. It was noteworthy to me that over and over and over, people said they were genuine. Well, aren't we all trying to be genuine or have most of us taken on and identity that's a facade? Wouldn't it be wild if it took a couple of outlaws from Arkansas to help us see what it means to be a genuine human? It's just a thought. It's just something to think about. On the next episode, we're going to continue to hear stories about Louis Dell and Charlie. There just isn't enough time in this thing. And we're going to tell about the time they got busted for making illegal moonshine and how earlier in their lives. They actually did get busted by the game and fish. Man, it's going to be good. Thanks so much for listening to bear grease. Share this podcast with the most law abiding person you know this week and see what they think. Leave us a comment on iTunes and we'll see you next week on the bear grease.

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"edwards" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

07:39 min | 8 months ago

"edwards" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"Through his investigation, Cameron figured out that Edward's book metamorphosis of a criminal was actually one big puzzle designed to lead only the best puzzle solver who I guess is Cameron to solve all its clues. And solve them he did. In all, Cameron believes Edwards killed almost a hundred people, starting when he was about 13 years old, by the way, which would make him the most prolific serial killer of all time. Let's go over his biggest hit, shall we? According to Cameron, Edwards killed JonBenét Ramsey, lacy Peterson, Teresa halbach of making a murderer, Adam Walsh, son of America's most wanted John Walsh, Chandra levy, Jimmy Hoffa, Martha Moxley, Steve branch, Michael Moore and Christopher byers of the west Memphis three case, and the Black Dahlia. In addition to all these people who need I point out all died in very different ways, which is not usually how serial killers work. Cameron believed that Edwards was the Atlanta child killer and the Zodiac Killer. So, naturally, Cameron wrote a book about Edwards called it's me, Edward Wayne Edwards, the serial killer you never heard of. Self published in 2014, because if you can't prove your wild theories outright, you might as well make a bunch of money off of them. In an interview for Rolling Stone, Cameron said his book was a blueprint for all the killing he had done and all the cities that he had killed him. That's really what the book was. It was the Zodiac Killer taunting everybody with who he really was to see if somebody would follow his trail. In another interview for today, Cameron said there were two cryptograms sent in by the Zodiac Killer, one in 69 and one in 70, and he basically said if you solve these puzzles, then you'll have my name, and in 2010, when we confronted Ed Edwards about being the Zodiac Killer after we solved the 13 character cipher, Edward Edwards name is 13 characters and what he had done was taken the letters in his name and reverse image the letters as hieroglyphics, so you could never solve the zodiac case without knowing the name Edward Edwards. But journalist Emilia McDonald Perry isn't convinced. In her 2018 article in Rolling Stone, she pointed out a lot of Cameron's faulty evidence. For example, on it was him. Cameron goes on and on about the craftsmanship of the black executioner's hood, the zodiac war during his third attack. Cameron describes the hood as being made of leather with intricate stitching around the cross symbol on its front. While in prison, Edwards was trained in leather work, ergo, Ed Edwards must have made the ornate leather hood. Cameron concludes. Except, there's no evidence that the zodiac's hood was made of leather. The costume was never found, and the only description on record did not indicate what kind of material it was fashioned out of. A sketched artist's official rendering doesn't include any of the decorative details that Cameron seems to have imagined. She also noted that the Zodiac Killer's crimes had no Sato sexual elements, while Edwards raped at least one of his victims. On The Today Show, Cameron said that once he figured out that Edwards was the Zodiac Killer, he confronted AdWords who. Sent us a letter saying it's me. You don't know the whole story. I have a lot to tell you, and that he framed people his whole life. That's what he wanted me to know at the very beginning. That's what he wanted me to know, that he intended to frame somebody. Cameron thinks the person who sent the letter to the Modesto bee in 2003, claiming responsibility for killing Laci Peterson and framing her shit bag husband, Scott, was Edwards because the word me in the letter was placed in parentheses. And if you turn the M sideways, it becomes an E, making the initials E E don't try to wrap your head around it. I promise you'll need a nap afterward. Cameron said that Edwards knew he could frame Scott Peterson for the murder because Scott was cheating on lacy and people would buy that he was driven to murder because of that. But megyn Kelly on The Today Show was like, hold on, bro, how did Edwards know Scott was cheating on lacy? That all came out later. Want to know how Cameron explains this? You ready? He was actually a doctor of psychiatry throughout his life, having offices where he would be under an assumed identity rope his victims into the office get personal information out of them and then figure out sometimes years in advance how am I going to frame them? This dude, who had no college degree, was secretly a doctor of psychiatry. Who, according to Cameron, would lure in patients under an assumed identity and work with them, sometimes for years, figuring out, I guess, the best time and method of killing them? And where is the record of this supposed therapy slash victim trapping practice this guy was running? There is none. All of which makes even less sense if you decide to believe Cameron's theory that Edwards killed the Black Dahlia when he was only 13, which wasn't even his first murder, by the way, because, according to Cameron, he also killed and dismembered a 6 year old girl the year before that, when he would have been, wait for it. 12 years old. If he was able to murder those two people as a child and get away, Scot free, why in the world would he go to the trouble of pretending to be a psychiatrist to spend years figuring out a way to kill people? If this were the case, clearly he knew not only how to kill people, but how to get away with it. Cameron says that Edward's real victims were the people he framed for the murders, which again makes no sense, seeing as how the majority of the murderous Cameron links to Edwards were never solved. And PS, it seems to me his real victims were. His victims. The actual dead people, you know? And the people Cameron thinks Edwards did successfully frame like Scott Peterson or Steven Avery, the man convicted of the 2005 murder of Teresa haubach documented in making a murderer, still have huge question marks over their cases. Even Steven Avery's lawyer, who would have every motivation to try to pin the murder on anyone other than Avery, told Rolling Stone magazine. Edwards would not have had the opportunity to kill Theresa hall back. She would not have pulled over for him. He did not have her schedule that day to know where she would be at a particular time. Edwards did.

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"edwards" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:18 min | 8 months ago

"edwards" Discussed on Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

"That when the time came to tell her of my past, I would lose her, but I decided to cross that bridge when I came to. Sweetie, you came to that bridge as soon as you realized you were deeply in love with her. Or maybe on your second date, that's when you have to be like, oh yeah, BT dubs, I've been arrested. A bunch of times. Edwards must have told her relatively quickly, though, because apparently, shortly after they got married, she was, by the way, his 5th wife, no shade, but like, shade. His parole officer asked him to speak to students at the university of Akron about his criminal past and about how he was now the very picture of reform. Of course, this dude loved talking about himself to a rapt audience and got off on all the questions from the students afterward. He was finally getting the attention and recognition he'd apparently sought and thought he deserved all his life just for existing. Good for him. Then some Professor of criminology at the university had such a hard on for Edwards that he was like, dude, he used to totes write a book. So he did, while also touring the country, talking about himself at schools, churches, orphanages, police academies, lawyers.

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"edwards" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

06:32 min | 9 months ago

"edwards" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Emma gun show. Well, this is a treat listeners because Vanessa van Edwards is on the podcast. She is the well she is a behavioral investigator at science of people and an author, an incredible speaker. And she's now joining us on the show, Vanessa and welcome to the Emma gun show. Oh, I'm so happy to be here. Thank you for having me. I'm delighted to be talking to you because we are going to be talking about that thing that is so invisible, yet visible. That allows us to navigate the world with far greater ease. If we can just kind of pick up on it and understand it. And that's really body language and non verbal cues and verbal cues and we're really dig into all of that. I wanted to ask you about something that I've seen you say before, which just made me instantly think, I know I'm going to like this woman and that is that you've described yourself as a recovering awkward person. Yes. I am very much in recovery. I am a recovering awkward person. I feel like for so many years, first of all, I felt like the cool kids charismatic kids, they were born with it, right? There's no way for me to learn how to be charismatic. And so for so many years, I had all kinds of the way that I think of it as like social pain. I always felt like I don't belong. I don't know what to say. I don't know what to do. I also have this horrible affliction. I don't know if you also have this affliction where I misinterpret neutral faces as negative. So whenever I leave a party, you know, I'm like, is she mad at me? She hates me. Oh, I'm gonna need your phone number. I know. And so, and so a generous generous friend took me aside a couple years ago and she said Vanessa, no one's mad at you. No one's mad at you. And that I roll that you think you saw, it wasn't really an eye roll. She was just blinking. You know? And this is when I realized that we have this super cue reading machine in our brain. And at this point, I had already begun research into how do humans decode cues. So cues very simply are the subtle, powerful social signals we send to each other. And there's four main ways that we do this. So with our nonverbal select our posture, our body language or facial expressions are vocal. So vocals and other one that I think I often forgot about, right? So if someone says, yeah, I'm so happy you came. We know not really, right? So vocal. And then verbal, of course, the words that we use, but there's also lots of hidden messages and words that I don't think we even realize are so powerful. And last one is imagery. So the props in our background, the colors we wear, the fonts we use even fonts have personality, which is incredible. And so I didn't realize that if I miss reading cues, I am constantly interpreting social signals incorrectly. And that makes me make bad social decisions. And I was stuck in that loop. I feel awkward. I misinterpret cues. I feel more awkward, which makes me more misinterpreted. And it was like this horrible cycle. Are you do you ever get in that cycle? Is that this? Basically, you create a false narrative, or you create a false and negative reality, and then over time, you're then fighting against negativity that doesn't actually exist. So you're the person who brings the negativity into every situation that you're in, even though you really don't want to be negative. Yes, and I think this is your getting to the heart of it, and I know this is the first few minutes the interview, but this is where I truly believe we tell the world how to treat us. And that is extremely empowering. I used to think the world happened to me. And that was a really scary way to interact. I didn't know how to be when I felt the world was telling me what to do. But when I realized no, actually, we have so much power and potential if we actually tell the word world how we want to be treated. That's a there's a secret social skill that I don't think we talk about enough, which is social assertiveness. That if we know how to ask for our needs, show people how we would like to be treated, show up as our best self, that is social assertiveness and it is like a superpower. Okay, so I'm sure lots of listeners and me are going to say, okay, what's the secret sauce? How do I fast track my way to social effectiveness? Let's do it. Let's fast track. I love a fast track too. Okay, so the very first thing that we have to understand is there are two aspects to cues. There's decoding and encoding. So with those forge channels, we talked about earlier is the first way that we interact with the world is we decode cues. So we walk into a room and we try to suss out how everyone's feeling, right? We're looking at their faces, we're listening to a tone of voice. And this study changed the way I think about communication, very simple study. I love science. So I hope it's okay if I bring up bring in some science. Okay, okay, good. So in this study, what they did is they had people walk into a room and they were shown a queue of social rejection. So imagine you walk into a meeting or you hop on a video call and you spot a queue of social rejection. Now, a cue of social rejection could be an eye roll. It could be a scoff. If you've ever had this where you say something that's one of the meeting goes, it's like the worst, right? Or even a tone of voice of, yeah, that's a great idea. So those are all cues of social rejection. I rolls scoffs or a dismissive tone of voice. They found that when people spotted the queue of social rejection, immediately their field of vision increases increased. So their pupils dilated so they could literally see more of the world. This was a lightbulb moment for me because I realized that's what's happening to us. We might not even consciously realize we just saw a negative Q or a positive cue. But our brain realized it and it changes our physiology. When our pupils dilate when our field of vision increases, we see more, is there an escape route? We see, does anyone else send me a cue of social rejection? And what should I do next?.

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"edwards" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

02:36 min | 9 months ago

"edwards" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"To help you make an amazing impression at work and anywhere else you'd like to stand out in the right way. Now I had watched Vanessa's TED Talk and I'd seen her in interviews and was utterly fascinated. Not only by what her research shows about how we interact with others, but how refreshing it was to hear how she describes herself because Vanessa says she is a and I quote recovering awkward person. Now being around other people can be challenging, especially if you don't feel confident and, as Vanessa describes, you can create a cycle in which you feel awkward, misinterpret the situation, feel more awkward, misinterpret the situation further. And so on and then you get lost in a cycle, and listeners when Vanessa was describing this, I could really relate. And if any of that sounds like you, then keep listening because Vanessa breaks down how we can become a super Q reading machine, how to recognize the different cues there's non verbal vocal verbal and imagery, and how to interpret them to not only make ourselves feel comfortable, but to make the people around us feel comfortable too. She also explains how our own cues can tell the world how to treat us and how empowering learning that skill can be, as well as why we should all ask ourselves before any social interaction. What is my social goal here? Plus, if you're thinking, I wouldn't even know what a social goal is. She gives some hints about ones to think about if you're not entirely sure. We also discuss narcissists, how to spot them and how to navigate away from them, toxic personalities, why you may be one of the many people who isn't an extrovert or an introvert, but it's actually an ambivert. And why being vulnerable isn't a weakness. In fact, Vanessa shares so many useful tips and observations in this episode that I think we should just get to as quickly as possible. Don't you? She really is absolutely brilliant as you will hear and I learned so much from this conversation and from reading the book. And I'm so delighted to be sharing her with you on the Emma gun show. Needless to say, all of the links to Vanessa will be in the show notes, so that does include the TED Talk that includes the book cues that includes our other book captivate her YouTube channel, her social media. And I'll also put the link to a couple of other channels that we mentioned during our conversation. But if you have any comments about this episode when you finish listening if you think, oh, I would like to ask him about this. All you have to do is email the beauty podcast at Gmail dot com and put Vanessa van Edwards in the title and that you'll that will whizz you straight to the top of my inbox and I can't wait to see what you think of this conversation. So without any further ado, it is my honest pleasure and delight to welcome Vanessa van Edwards onto the.

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"edwards" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:58 min | 9 months ago

"edwards" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Treat cure or prevent any disease. Oh, my Friends, the times now, let's go do it. Let's go talk to the brilliant and wise. Vanessa van Edwards. I love stuff like this so much. It's really, really, always been fascinating to me because humans are like these these weird little robots. And we have all of these features and functions that were not really aware of until were made aware of them. And they dictate so much about our relationships about culture about how society changes power dynamics, like all of showing compassion and kindness to other people. It's the crazy. So I love that you wrote this book and I had such a good time going through it. To set the table properly, could you just define what a queue is? Yes. So thank you. I'm so glad that you can geek out on this with me. Like you, very simply, is a social signal that humans send to each other. And there are four different modes or ways we communicate cues, non verbal, so our body language, our facial expressions, our posture, our gestures, our vocal powers. So our volume, our pace, our cadence, how we see the words we use, and then of course, our verbal, so the words we use, and lastly, our imagery. So that's like the colors we wear, the fonts we use, the props in our background, that kind of thing. Interesting, okay, okay, perfect. And that's what you mentioned about the tone of voice. I joke about just the sound of my voice. This is a real reason for the success of my podcast. It actually has nothing to do with anything that I actually say. You have such amazing vocal power, you also have amazing words, so don't doubt that. But yes, your vocal power, you have a maximum resonance point. Have it said anyone ever giving you that compliment before?.

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"edwards" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"edwards" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Edwards, the wide receiver as rolling on the 45 yard line in the middle of the field. At the Las Vegas 45 20, So it's 1st and 10 make quickly assemble at the line and car spikes the ball. It'll be 2nd 10 for the Raiders at their own 45 the clock at 22 seconds and no timeouts remaining for Las Vegas That's throw on talking about Darren Waller on the short cross or underneath it. He passed it up a little bit of extra time and made the chunk throw really well done by Derek Derek Carr right there. Sucking down 10 Greater 45 car in the gun. 51 looks into six defensive backs Shotgun snap. They rushed three. He moves up cuts, his arm lines, right throw clock threads. The needle on the hash Mark Edwards again down at the Baltimore 37 19 yard pickup. But again, he assembles after the first down throw and he spikes the ball car spikes the ball seven seconds to play. Now. Here comes the field goal unit in the annual Carlson and he is almost as good as Tucker. Yeah, Here we go. Two Great throws, my dear a car having to get chunk yardage, no time outs to go if you don't in the middle of the field and did exactly that. Two throws and that's what it takes to win these kind of games against good football teams. Carlson a year ago four of 9 50 plus 55 yard field goal to tie on the grass ball, put down kick is up and over Rand, and it is called hard. Hooley Toledo. At 4 55 yard field goal by the Raiders to tie it for a third time tonight, two seconds to play in regulation. This is what it's all about Opening weekend. I know we don't think about it, too long Season 17 games. But these tight games who is able to pull out these type games can have a major impact on the way the seasons play out for these teams and possibly way down the road who ends up making it to the playoffs and who goes home Raiders third time this quarter they have come back to tie. And remember, they trailed 14 to nothing back in the first half, but come back to tie it 17 at 24, now at 27 with two seconds to play in regulation. Fans waving those white towels above their heads. They were all given one when they came in the stadium tonight, the first night with a full house. Here's the kick off by Carlson. In the end zone. Edwards with big catches on that drive of 20 and 19 yards for the Raiders, the second year, South Carolina wide receiver Had no catches all night long. Until that drive. We talked about both those young receivers in roads and Edwards needing to step up big for this team this year, the previous driver, they scored the touchdown. It was the huge play Henry rugs that set that up. And as you said Brian Edwards with two huge plays there to set up the time field goal. Baltimore has taken the field and looks like they're just going to sit on the ball with two seconds remaining me, let's go to O team. Jackson under center takes a knee zeroes on the clock, and we're going to overtime in the final game of the opening weekend of this big season in the NFL. We have. Oh, team 27 27 the Ravens in the Raiders on Westwood one what? We had a great game last week in Tampa..

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"edwards" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"edwards" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Little bit of pointers in some rehearsal time so that was good and then right around that time. Too i I did a film with halle berry. So she she did a movie about mixed martial arts and that's going to be released on net flicks on in november. And i got to put myself in that movie. Bats the easiest role of all of that. They can't say well he wouldn't say you'll be like oh it's me you're absolutely right man so i just did my thing like you. Just pay me to be mean. That was easy to do. So i had a good time doing it too. Where did you shoot your stuff. And did you get to shoot with her. I we shot our stuff in in new jersey. atlantic city can't remember the venue. But i did not my scenes. Were not directly with her. But i get to work with her. Quite a bit She worked. She's worked on some work with this stunt team call eighty seven eighty seven eleven out of los angeles and i have a few good friends on that team and one of them brought me in because she wanted to get somebody. That was a commentator. The play a common meter so she went to meet some of the guys. I'm what i met her man. I got to train with her a little bit. And it's crazy. It's crazy to north hollywood. I i'm like i'm forty something years old at the time and halle berry. I'm like i have been a bit like everybody's been like had a crush halle berry for like the last thirty years right. So i'm thinking to myself and i'm watching you to work out. I'm like there's no way this lady is this lady is what in her fifties fifty five. Wow i would never believe that you were full. And like she doesn't look like she's fifty even when she's working out a matter attitude is is i promise you. Her attitude is just as beautiful as she is off. No you you you moody married guy you know i am. I am man. I have a little a little one again. I want to listen to be a father says edwards. Tell me about your little one on man. She's the best. I'm about to text you a picture. You better stay in shape man. You got a little kid. You have a little she keeps. She keeps me shape. she's she just thought walking a few months ago. She's fifteen months old now. She started walking about five months ago. She's running now she's She's the most funding is. He's a daddy's girl or she loves me at so great man i got i got little girls And i don't my wife here this you'll want another while she you buddy having an i don't want to hear this because i don don out. I wanna have a more. How many do you have this. I know so i have. I have two older ones. Twenty seven and one's. At if a twenty seven year old granddaughter man wait will hold your grandpa grandpa..

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"edwards" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"edwards" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"This. Welcome to you unfiltered matinees. They're going to be joined by a what does that mean. My draw and i might little. Oh is that what you stuff. Your pants with greenlee with this. Sometimes i put my pitcher if this like so. It's like a superhero. And then when relations i put it through my day and it comes to action. I i something tells either way have. There's a lot of loose saga hanging. We have euro ever matt matt. Matt linlin is coming in edwards matt linlin scheduled and we had a mix up one day. Oh yeah this chokehold. Show was scheduled for two thousand two. Jimmy jimmy yes. Sir i'm hapless with the communist are retro episode. shit man eat edwards either. It's not he s trying. Yeah i'm gonna be guy corrected so anyway e- i would eat. I'll say i do. This is the only really said why. Why four twenty years ago. Okay i kinda makes me sound when you find somebody that guy like eight years ago six years ago when you say if somebody twenty years i write this guy's in got a twenty one so when they grow up watching the i get it same time it makes you a little. You know two thousand one look. Who's ready to come in. And wow we got his writing. Yvette leads the legend. Let's get let's get them. We.

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"edwards" Discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"edwards" Discussed on Winning Plays

"Like Carson, Edwards and Chris dong were not moving a needle in all. I don't think they could on Gomez, I still he doesn't either, but maybe a little bit more on the positive side, which, you know, hey, why not? You're back about the 15 too, so you got the contract out of the way as well. So a few positives, I think that self expansion can be kind of happy about. Yeah, I think jabari was doing fist pumps after this deal today when they got down to 15 players with knowing that his roster spot is or his contracts still not guaranteed. But I guess I don't know. At the same time, they also brought in someone who plays this position too. So it's like, okay, well, they're not in 15, but I just think it's still we still going to have to train here. It will be interesting from that standpoint of do they do they keep that roster spot open like for the year because they have these TPUs that they might use? During the season. So but obviously if jabari plays well, then they'll certainly keep them around because he would be in contention for minutes there. But it'll be an interesting and I think battle there between all those guys and how much minutes are available there, but clearly they're not all going to get the plane. They're all going to want to play. Yeah, and I think if you're brutal from that, I think you feel better about yourself, but at the same time, like you mentioned like you're the four center on the roster at this point, like barring any changes. If the salt takes are likely going to move and if it isn't jabari, it's Celtics want to move a contract. It's still probably going to be Bruno, I think we saw some good things out of him from summer league playing, but at the same time, it's like with those CPs, especially like that's a good point and maybe they just want to trade a couple second round. There's another 48 like player at the trade deadline. So another interesting thing for sure. It really is. So. I guess we haven't touched on. I mean, there's not too much a touch on of carcinoids here, but I mean, if you're only on the beat for a brief part of the Carson Edwards, you missed the high points of the Carson Edwards error. During his initial summer league this past summer league they gave it a go, but he had a couple of good games there, but it obviously wasn't like flashing or anything like that. So that's.

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"edwards" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"edwards" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Is yeah. I thought it was. Cucumbers is myself. I really did. Can you mudbound back so he was very relaxed. When can i tell you. I'm so so proud of you for coming over the greg kinnear moment. right. I'm brea for you. That is all right. I'll be thinking we're gonna play big deal or no deal early. 'cause i'm an idiot and we're playing with ream edwards of the l. afc. So that's coming up. I gotta be honest. If you would've told me that marky mark would have ended up becoming some sort of film star back in the nineties. When this song came out. I would have said you lost your mind. Yeah i would have believed that he was well. You know it's pretty pretty good looking face obviously was going places like i mean. What is the best mark. Wahlberg movie is it Boogie nights probably. Yeah probably the best movie. He's been in or the role he's played because that's either feel free to choose either one or both both so. Yeah yeah. I would agree although ted is funny but it's not necessarily really intricate. Boogie nights is film is oh see this is why i like you clinton because you know the difference between a movie in the film thank you so you got so greg edwards on the line. Too big deer no deal yesterday. Great i hit the imaging before we introduced three. Actually it is not six thirty pm because normally we do play this at six thirty pm but today because we end the show at six thirty pm for the angels game we are playing big..

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"edwards" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"edwards" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"What do you mean takes over for mayo. And they get into co- she'll we don't. We don't eat him doing that too. He's doing he's doing just a bang up job as head coach right now but this is a big year where they have. They talked division. Where with a lot of good teams in there that they have to go ten in seven eleven and six if they wanna otherwise. They have to make wholesale changes next. Hey you gotta get rid of their car. You've got to revamp some more receivers in there. And what do you do at josh jacobs. I mean you probably keep him around but you really want to go running back builder on a running back. Usually not the right idea so this is a really big make or break for them where they need to make it to the playoffs and to do a little bit of damage make or break your mayock or for no my mix done if anything happens here okay. Get rid of him. What's what are the chances you get to a game in vegas mccoy works for wind in vegas and i think i'm gonna try to go. Ooh yeah i look if you can find a way to get tickets or i can wait to finally get tickets if you can swing tickets or i can swing tickets. I will go with you. To a raiders. Game go to the dolphins game really isn't snl k. Goes to with clinton goes to all these stadium. I wasn't egitim. Do that like alcohol boy and see like if that's what i'm going to take them right now. Matter of fact about that like siebel here we talked about this once before clinton and both all sodano cap and elza all set. What after the game. I'm going back to my room. And i'm just gonna go lay down. I'm not trying to do that. We were saying we're going in and out at one day. I'll stay on night for sure. A- night yeah on night know. Have some going crashed saturday. Not if you're not what you're saying. So wait raiders raiders. Dolphins the twenty six. Oh this is completely doable. Heck yeah let's make this happen. Yeah i got a bunch of my buddies going to vegas for that game anyway. So so so you're gonna leave us and go hang out with your buddies. I mean guys too. But i mean i'd already planned. The trip is what i'm saying the longer. Gotcha gotcha i mean you guys can hang out with us too. I'm not saying that it's you know. I'm not exclusionary greg. You're you're you're exclusionary is actually at work but the inclusive inclusive saying. You can't hang right. So i mean clinton definitely can hang. I mean you can hang kimmy absolutely i. I've clem before we can hang now. greg. I did screw earlier. I said we were played. Big deal or no deal at six thirty. We offer extensive in the angels game right. Yep that's right so we're gonna play at six fifteen okay. What we have we have calls here still for people. I had told i revealed earlier. There spoke to mason while he's been on vacation two days ago and he did like the boozers thing you could do at a vacation resort and we have people on hold that still want to weigh in on that and guess on that let me go to bat in montebello matt. What's up guys The buddhist thing i can think mason doing is getting a gold flake massage On his face where they put the gold over the face and give you know you are close close so close matt. Thank you for the call guide. So i'm going to let antiguan. Then i'm just going to reveal. We've got a big no deal where playing with. Who from elliott's this week greg. It is with Regime hold on. I had written down stream. Edward edward graduates rehim edwards romances. Yes you really are great career. Andy take the guests for mason before i reveal cucumber in the is your siwi wrap. They're both of. You are so close but they do. He got a mudbath That is yeah. I thought it was. Cucumbers is myself. I really did. Can you mudbound back so he was very relaxed. When.

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"edwards" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"edwards" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Edwards. Joining us now is William Porter. Credit Suisse Securities. Head of European credit strategy, William. Very Good Morning. Thanks for Coming to talk to us this morning. I wonder what you make of risk appetite right now many of the markets you let's look at you know, seasonally pretty quiet, usually this time of year. Probably pretty quiet today, given the events of last night and what do you make of risk appetite at this point of the year? The chocks keep coming through, and I'm sort of trying to derail the story. But the fundamental story is really not changing, which is there is still a need for Very supportive financial policies. There are worries, obviously, about the don't seem very into all sorts of echoes of the situation going through the system. Bottom line. I think that when the market gets yourself a little bit too excited about fed tightening its always brought back To us and the has done a pretty good job of that over the over the last couple of months. The CB in our view is really very committed. You could say stop. A very easy monetary policy situation, and I think all the policy reviews and you know your excellent interview with Christine Lagarde simply reaffirm that in our view, so it's very, very supportive, said the conditions here. More conversations like this one on Bloomberg Television streaming live on Bloomberg dot com and on the Bloomberg mobile APP or check your local cable listings. Markets headlines and breaking news 24 hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. Bloomberg Business Out and at Bloomberg Quick Take This is a Bloomberg business Flash. I'm Karen Moscow and watching Here's a Pepsi this morning of 1.5% in early trading after it reported organic revenue for the.

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"edwards" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

X Factor Roping Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"edwards" Discussed on X Factor Roping Podcast

"Just trying to trying trying to be haikal every time i wanna i wanna know what i've asked in the box short round in the fourteen point that all i had to do is just catch a nominal win yet. All that doesn't work you can't you can't go at it like that. And you start to figure out the pace of their started listening paying attention watching to the pace of their opens to where i could go off on the third one or the second one or now see the first Knock i one down. And if he was a good steer chata go six long six or seven on him in the first round Wealthy drew on that. Wasn't that good. Just knock him down. And then go through the relevance instead of just trying to muck out everyone in the fourteen point and then you get to the third one in just three to the Because steer wasn't ready to be healed yet and that happened to me multiple times. I just felt like i would leave there and i'm like. What am i doing all ahead to do this in I sit there every time. I don't make short around. I sit there. And i watched the showroom no matter what 'cause i've been Had to do fighters catch. That theorem six high callback within second third and fourth. I call back All i had to do is catching short round. I win second or third. I make money for the day Make myself sit there and pay attention to the shore around too then when i go back to the next one i'll have a better understanding of how roping can fall apart. They can get tough. But what i've learned is if you do not catch you will not win. Rhett will in two. I love that. Because there's there's a lot of ways to make time in the rovan. I mean if you're long onto meeting still kind of good but you feel like you're about ten to fifteen in the average after after to being five is can make up a lot of ground in too fast rounds with the one that hurts the most is. There's the rope in is falling apart in the third and fourth rounds now and you don't know it because usually those opens to me are like two guys drovers the whole way through and there might be six on every steer and i call and second call really fast Everyone else sees that. And they start taking risks and they miss and then all of a sudden third and fourth or wide open in a robot where two catches win third or fourth and these guys have already drawn lovers. So it's like you can't even hardly beat him unless they just got to beat themselves at that point absolutely They've got either catcher missed but it's on them and on. Those are the ones that..

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"edwards" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

Sprinkled with Hope

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"edwards" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope

"Today. Our guest is jeff edwards. He talks a lot about the brain functions. How we can change the way that it is wired and so forth. It's really really fascinating. Shane and i have talked a lot about these kinds of things you know throughout our discussions but it's really fascinating when we talked to a neuroscientist somebody who actually studies. The brain is looking at these things all day but really you know that we have the ability to rewire whatever it is that we've got going on and i think that's the takeaway from this episode is that don't ever think that your lost and there's nothing that you can do. There's always something that you can do to rewire those neuro pathways. So don't give up on yourself. We won't give up on you. And i hope i hope. I hope you really really enjoy this episode. I share loved it. He he was really really great. So here we go.

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