19 Burst results for "Eirik"
"eirik" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible
"Part six bitcoin as a cheat code for the cuban system vero told me about eirik garcia crews a popular cuban bitcoin personality he called cruise. One man's seen it as he often appears as guest on state tv and runs his own popular youtube channel reviewing different kinds of technology and payment systems. I reached out to cruise to learn more. I've lived in havana. Since the day. I was born cruz. Told me he was comfortable using his name for this interview as he said he is already a very popular very known person crews said the recent protests have been triggered by a lack of food a lack of medication by people suffering from hunger trying to survive in brutal conditions during a pandemic with government bureaucracy and with high inflation. The cuban people are tired. He said they want a better life. The system isn't working. Crew said so. People are turning to bitcoin to escape cruises business. Bit mesa's is a solution to the giant problem that people have when trying to send remittances from the. Us cuba again because of the embargo. Us banks cannot why or dollars to cuban accounts. There is no transfer wise. No pay pal no resolute. Not even western union anymore. The mule method still works of wiring money to someone who will physically go into cuba and give cash to your family but this is expensive and time. Consuming cruz said one can also make a transfer to a bank in spain. For example where then the remittance can be sent directly to someone's in the account but again expensive and time consuming. The better option cruz said is to use bitcoin. It has become a way to connect to the outside world. He said the number of cubans using bitcoin is exploding crews estimates that at least three hundred thousand cubans have used bitcoin or cryptocurrency. At least once and that may be one hundred thousand us on a regular basis. This is two point. Five percent of the island's population precisely in line with global estimates that two hundred million of the world's seven point. Eight billion people have used. Bitcoin cruz said that any cuban businesses not using bitcoin today to interact with the international financial system will learn the hard.
"eirik" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast
"What now. I know we got. We got a lot of money Problems though. I'm just glad his mustache is going to stay in the league. That's all the matters is tremendous. Let's just be super clear about that. the yankees speaking of the royal we. The yankees made an offer to forever story. No were no word on whether or not it's been accepted or if it's gonna go but it has been offered we'll see Adam frazier was traded to padres that. Well you talked about it. It's kinda surprising thing. And then the glands. Make all star at third base shortstop off started second base. It sure does that is a and not just defensive all stars those are two way all stars all three of those guys. they're the padres are not messing around but now they're they're doubling down on that so they really are again. We think that the nationals in the cubs pretty much doing fire sales at this point Eirik salted the headline. I thought that the natch were everybody was available. Even center is available. Why a lot of all our feature. What about once. I think once although the only guy vegetable this point. But honestly. If i'm an act like i take i would say okay. You pitch me the perfect offer for soto. I'm keeping her this. You know okay that makes sense. Somebody the fire persona i i would do it. But it's one or the other since. Yes yeah one or the other. I can't be both no no okay so brad. What's one player that your team. The seattle mariners should get rid of get rid of I think the mirrors could trade taylor tra- mela much. I like him. I do like the guy By things that he is a good trade peace. Honestly either him or louis strengths tarantula hitting early well lately He's still a minor behind the plate when he is actually catching the aging But i think honestly actually you know maybe torrential guy meal because everybody you anybody you bring in. They've got funny as they can tune with the with the issue this session. Now that relief fairly back in carlos be back next month or so anyway. Where are you going after. I whom going after Realistically with with mary field. I think is a good one. He's he's second baseman. And that's kind of been a whole. It's kind of in a rotating dishes from.
"eirik" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Believe that public figures public companies that are helping spread misinformation about the vaccine should be held but i think in a moment like this when we see misinformation literally costing us our loved ones costing us lies all of us have to ask how we can be more accountable and responsible for the information that we share and those of us who may have larger platforms barry greater responsibility To to think about that but the bottom line is all of us have an important role to play and technology. Companies have a particularly important role We know that the dramatic increase in this field speed and scale of spreading misinformation as in -partment enabled by these forms. So that's why this advisory today we are asked him to step up. We know they have taken some steps to address misinformation but much much more has to be done and we can't wait longer for them to take aggressive action because it's costing people their lives not see what happens there. The media pravda propagandists kaitlan collins used to pretend to be a conservative. They teach him up beautifully pretending this is about misinformation ladies and gentlemen the chief proponents of misinformation have been caitlyn collins and the biden administration squashing. The hunter biden story promoting the pp hoax in the collusion hoax. Debunking the wuhan lab leak. Although the wand leaking outlooks true you understand they are the chief proponents of misinformation. You notice how they totally flipped the script they promote this is the irony of this. They promote documented misinformation. We now know they're liars and they've lied to us about major stories. Collusion lab connor biden. The nikki haley draped story. I mean everything from small stuff too. Big stuff. The john junior wikileaks. They lie all the time. They have no credibility at all. Get to that later. And then when they're caught lying in promoting disinformation misinformation and chinese communist party propaganda. They flip the script now. Not only do we get caught lying. We're going to censor you guys for line. Even they were the ones who were like. It's an amazing active. Kahane's i haven't seen in a long time. Like i said i'm considering some form of legal action here dependent on the work that's getting a little Balancing all this stuff is getting tough and considering. If i think it'll be a good case and one of the people i'd like to get discovery on. Is this scam. Site called leads stories. Here's what they do. The surgeon general in name. Only this agai. No vivek murthy says there. We really got to keep an eye on these big pages with large distribution. Well that's really incredible because over the last two weeks we have been air quotes fact checked really opinion checked by facebook and their deputies probably upwards of five or six times they are desperately trying to wipe my page from the face of the earth because my page is one of the most popular in the country gets stupid and naive and ridiculous and dopey and silly. I'm just telling you that so you understand. I'm not making this up. You can look it up using facebook's own tools. My page and ben shapiro and hannity a very popular so it's just convenient that vivek murthy guy. No and jen. Soccer like yeah. We're going to start flagging stuff for facebook especially these big pages for misinformation. What they really mean is facts and all of a sudden my page is under a full-fledged frontal attack. I haven't seen in years so i would like to see and i'm thinking of some potential legal action against these people and the author. Here's one of them. Here's one of the fact checks that came in yesterday. This is by a hilarity. Another clown a by the way we're going to be introducing a new segment called fact check clown. Show so yeah. That's going to be happening soon. That should be a lot of fun. We're going to introduce that regular because it's happening all the time. But here's the story from lead stories and alexis terrace terrace sock again. Another complete joker embarrassment to humankind. She fact checks. An article was written by politico that we discussed that our show which is fascinating considering brittany. Bye bye political left. Left-leaning out fact check. The biden administration is not monitoring private text messages to combat vaccine misinformation. Check this out. You notice how they rephrase this whole thing this fact check on me. By the way who cited a political. You know what they political article you notice what they do here so political. Put out an article that said that the biden administration and their allied groups are working with basically text message carriers to distribution messages attempting to dispel misinformation about vaccines sent over social media. Text messages. Here here this is their fact. Check again hilarious on its face. The article did not state. The administration is monitoring private text messages only the groups aligned with the democratic president the administration would be working to combat misinformation. They basically say the same thing twice and say it's a fact checked. Why are these people so dumb because this is the person who did it. Alexis terraced shock. Who is a writer at leeds stories and did a lot of hard journalism over at radar online. Us weekly covering benefactor and celebrity scoops. Maybe covering the justin bieber ari eirik ariana grande. They school not really sure but she was the entertainment editor. She is now opining about major medical issues of the corona virus crisis because she has a long celebrated history covering benefactor for usa. Weekly ladies and gentlemen these are the kind of clowns we have out there fact checking the most important stories of our time this not a joke. I didn't make that up. That is that's on our own bio at the end of the lead. Story's thing so here's what we need to do. If my case is good maybe we should take it. If there's another case out there that's better. We should take that we need to. We need to sue and we need to get to the discovery phase if we can get. It's hard because he's judges sometimes a really awful. If we can get to the discovery phase. I wanna see the emails from alexis terrace cook and another one this Absolute loser dana. Afford another one's got nothing to do other than lie in her column. I wanna get their emails and see who they communicated with how it was determined. They were going to fact. Check my page. Based on a political article that said the truth they are monitoring text messages and working with william bandwidth to get wiped out. It's in the article they even admitted to. You can't fact. check a fact you can't fact. Check a fact with the.
"eirik" Discussed on KGO 810
"To the show. Don Eirik. Thanks for hearing my story. Well, I'm happy to have you call. Tell me your story. What's going on? Well, I had a financial advisor for almost 15 years. And she did very well with stocks. But at some point she purchased the read for about $80,000, and she later sold it for a profit. Last September, I changed financial advisors and found that I had three routes and all lost money, some because of Covid. Original investment was about $80,000 and now looks like it has a paper value of about 67,000. And here's the issue. I'm 79 years old and I want to cash them in. I've talked to several of their investment, industrial relations people, and they tell me I have to wait for a liquidity event or I have three options. One is that Who is being a memory facility. Three is second dying, and all of those are unacceptable. So my question is. How do I get out of this thing? Well die or, you know, I mean, you're just like that they said Don. I'm sorry. I don't mean to be laugh. It's not funny, so these are not merely REITs. These are non traded REITs. Yes, And there's a difference between the two. A REIT is a real estate investment trust. I'll call it like a mutual fund of real estate. That's not really totally fair statement. But it's kinda gets the point across. It's a fund that invests in real estate, and it kind of looks like a mutual fund, meaning it trades on a daily basis. You buy and sell REITs on the open exchanges, they have daily liquidity. And market prices fluctuate just like any other investment. Those are ordinary reefs. But separately, there's a category of non traded reeks. These are reach that don't trade on the daily markets, and there is no liquidity when you buy them. You're locked in, typically for 10 years, and you really can't sell other than to draconian methodology that is. Generally going to get you much less than the current market value. Right, right. And why does an adviser sell non traded REITs to their clients typically because they have 8% to 10% commissions, so that $80,000 you invested your advisor earned eight grand That's how these things work. And we're not big fans, as you can imagine, of non traded REITs as a result of that. So what are you recourses? Well, as they said, there are very small, limited reasons for them to provide liquidity death going to a long term care facility. Uh, etcetera, none of which apply to you and none of which you want to apply to you. The second choice is to hold onto it and wait for its maturity. Wait for it to become liquid in a 7 to 10 year window. Third choice is to go ahead and sell it. And that means you've got to find a buyer. There are organizations that engage in this activity that helped people get out of illiquid assets. They are typically called vulture funds. Yeah, You can imagine why they get their name because they basically are not trying to deal with They just stressed asset. They're dealing with a distressed seller. Some people who buy these illiquid assets discover that they need the money sooner than they anticipated. Or they didn't even realize it was a liquid when they bought it because of shenanigans in the sales process, and now they realize they want to get out. And so someone will come along, saying I'll be happy to buy it from you. But they're going to offer you 20 or 30%. Less than it's actually worth. That's why they're called vultures. So that means if this asset is worth 67 grand, they might offer you 40 or 50 grand for it. Which means you really, really need to want the money really bad in order to take that deal. So tell me how badly do you need the money? Well, I don't need the money badly. But according to what you just said, I'd probably have to wait till I'm 85 to collect it. Uh, yes, and then we're not going to really be sure what the value of its going to be at that time, Some people will get out of these investments early. Suffering and reduced benefits of doing so, because they figure it's only going to get worse down the road. No words. If you're only going to get 50 grand at age 85, you might as well sell it now for the 50 grand. So what you really need to do is have an advisor and independent advisor, not someone who sold you this product and that someone who has a vested interest in you keeping this product but someone who can evaluate it to see what its prospects are. What is its current value in the open marketplace if you were to sell it to a vulture fund and what are its future prospects? So that you can evaluate. Should you get rid of it now, or should you hold on to it and get rid of it later, which is the lesser of the evils. Well, I've heard the two of them are okay. One is doing well. The second one is common Medium and the third one is probably defunct. Oh, mine defunct. Yeah. What it means is you're not gonna be able to sell it for any price of its defunct. I'll Google and there's nothing but lawsuits. Oh, my. It's never referred to as a Ponzi scheme, so Oh, my goodness. My goodness. Well, then, if that's really the case, you might have recourse against the advisor who sold it to you. So you might want to consider talking with the securities attorney to see if you can file a lawsuit filed a complaint to Finra, the regulatory authority that oversees brokers or file um, an arbitration claim or lawsuit against the broker and the firm. For having sold you something that has turned out to be a Ponzi scheme. One last question. What is a liquidity event? They all say they're having a liquidity event between now and July. Or is that just to get you off the phone? Know if that's true, then it means what they're doing is selling the real estate that they own. In other words, when you buy the fund, they take your money with everybody else's money, and they go by real estate, and then later they'll sell the real estate, returning everybody their money. Hopefully, the real estate went up in value. Everybody makes a profit if the real estate fell in value than everybody suffers a loss. Well, great. That's what I understand. One of them is doing it, and the other one is considering doing it. The third one. I think I'll have to talk to an attorney on that one. Maybe, and let's also keep this in mind Don. When they say there's a liquidity event, they owned lots of real estate. They don't just on one building so they might only be selling some of the real estate in July. They might not be selling all of it. So you might get some of your money back as opposed to all your money back and you also have to verify with them when they do have a liquidity event, meaning they do. Automatically returned that part of the capital back to you, or do they maybe take that capital and buy more real estate resetting the clock for the future. So you've got to find out. What are they doing? How are they doing it? What does it mean for you in terms of getting your money back? Great. I know where to go. Then, don. Thank you so much. I really appreciate your phone call. Right. I appreciate it. You're welcome. That was done in Marietta, Georgia. Here on the Ric Edelman Show. That was a survey just recently done. 2000 Americans with some astonishing findings. 26% 1 out of four Americans. Say they would rather talk politics with someone they disagree with. Then do financial planning with a family member. Uh, I mean, that's just strikes me as kind of amazing People seem to do anything to avoid financial planning. 20% say they'd rather spend an hour in jail, then get a financial plan. 16% say they'd rather sit through a steamy sex scene with their parents. Then tell them about their biggest financial blunder. 27% of Americans would rather be stung by a bee then moved to a new bank and 32% 1 out of three would rather go to the DMV E. Then get a financial plan. I mean, really, What am I chopped liver is really Are we that awful is the financial planning process that just tasteful? I think what it comes down to is that folks are very self conscious about their situation. Let's face it. You're embarrassed. You think you have too much debt. You think you don't have enough savings? You think you're spending money frivolously or, frankly, worse, you think others are going to think that And you don't want the judgment. You don't want to have to sit there in front of an advisor. Who says to you? You're a slob. You're lazy. You're doing it all wrong. Look at the mistakes, How you've squandered opportunity, look alive and able to know. I mean, there is no financial planning professional. I know of Who would treat you that way, And it's not merely an issue that you know you need to spend less and save more. That's not it at all. I mean, it's sort of like why people don't go to the doctor. Why go to the doctor? He's just going to tell me. To quit smoking. Start exercising, eat less get better sleep. I mean, why do I need to pay a physician to have her? Tell me that? Well, it's much beyond that. The reason you go to a financial advisor. Is simply because there are things about your personal finances that you don't know. Then you don't even know that you don't know we can show you how to tweak some of the things you're doing..
"eirik" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And they go buy real estate and then later they'll sell the real estate, returning everybody their money. Hopefully, the real state went up in value. Everybody makes a profit. If the rules state felon value, then everybody suffers a loss. Well, great. That's what I understand. One of them is doing it and the other one's considering doing it. The third one. I think I'll have to talk to an attorney on that one. Maybe, And let's also keep this in mind Don. When they say there's a liquidity event, they owned lots of real estate. They don't just own one building so they might only be selling some of the real estate in July. There might not be selling all of it. So you might get some of your money back as opposed to all your money back, and you also have to verify with them when they do have a liquidity event, meaning they do sell some of the real estate. Do they automatically return that part of the capital back to you? Or do they maybe take that capital and buy more real estate? Resetting the clock for the future. So you've got to find out. What are they doing? How are they doing it? What does it mean for you in terms of getting your money back? Great. I know where to go. Then, don. Thank you so much. I really appreciate your phone call. Right. I appreciate it. You're welcome. That was done in Marietta, Georgia. Here on the wreck. Cattleman show Triple Eight Plan rec time Now for everybody's favorite segment of the program. A visit by my wife, Jeanne Ellman found her here a gentleman financial engines with a degree in consumer economics and nutrition expert in macrobiotic cooking, wonderful hobby of hers as well. Here's Jeanne. Eirik, thanks as always, a pleasure to be here and share with everybody. My word for this week is gift. What? Cheers us up and what makes us feel happy. Our friends, our family travel gatherings being outdoors. Well, we surely living in a different world right now. And our old happy and maybe quite a while before we get that back. So how about we change the perspective and create some new happy So I just came up with this whole fun list of things to do. How about pizza night with all the toppings or dress up night every night to special occasion, But maybe we get dressed up a little bit special. Have a picnic in the living room. How about costume night? Why do we have to wait till Halloween? How about a bunch of cupcakes and we get to decorate it with anything that we want. Stargazing. Stargazing is great in the wintertime. And a bunch of us recently had a lot of snow, so maybe going outside and building something in the snow or making some snow Angels. How about getting out all the crayons and coloring books and have a contest? How about a themed dinner? Another. Something I've been doing is zooming and cooking and coaching my niece who lives 1000 miles away. We make healthy snacks and meals together and just have a fun time. Maybe something like that with someone that you haven't seen in a while. I have another friend that we're reading a book together, and once a week we sit and we discussed a chapter. It just feels good to have the connection. How about when we need to blow off some steam, crank up the music and have a dance party? What about being curious about something new this year? I know. Last year I had a whole list of things a bunch of different classes I took. So this year let's come up with some new things we want to be curious about. And how can we dive deeper into the subject matter? And learn something new. About sitting down with a cup of tea and writing a heartfelt letter to somebody. Let's create some fun moments because the moments that's what life is made of, and we want them to be is happy and wonderful as possible. So the word this week is gift. GS for guidance because you know what if we listen to our inner gut in our inner knowing we will always know what to do and what is right for us. Eyes for imagination because you know what if we can think it, we can make it happen. Efforts for fortunate giving Thanks for what we have. Tears for today. Making it the best that we can make it. Let's decide to make every day the best that it can be. Let's find the gifts in the moments because that's what we have, and that's what makes our life more meaningful. I found a little quote. Never regret a day in our life. Good days. Give us happiness. Bad days give us experience. The worst days. Give us lessons and the best days give us memories. Have a great week, everybody. Thanks, Gene. I'm gonna wear my pirate costume tonight. Thanks for joining me on the program this week. If you need us, we're here for you. Triple eight Plan Rick and remember next Sunday. It's Valentine's Day. Have a great week. See about.
"eirik" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Funny. I go between hip hop and then sometimes I'll just put on yoga music. And like lift weights and do a high intensity workout to yoga music. Oddly enough, it kind of works. Wow, really, But other times it's you know, like, I don't know Donna DMX. Yeah. Dogs out. Oh, boy. I think that's pretty. Hey, I have to have a good beat. Tow walk, too. If I'm out on the trails, you know what I mean? Yeah, not me. I like slow stuff. Okay, So Demi Llevado and Max Eirik have actually split up. Um, he proposed. If you remember we were all excited for Demi Llevado. Well, they have split up to man months after this proposal. Ah, Some of the sources say that it had to do with some postings that he did about Selena Gomez on, of course, ah Damian Max have decided to go their separate ways to focus on their respective careers, says another source. They have respect and love for one another will always cherish the time they spent together. There were old screen shots and videos, though, linking back to him in which he professed his love for Selena Gomez circulating certain circulating on Twitter. And so maybe that had something to do with some fights that they had. I mean, this is all speculation, but they are no longer going to be together. It's better to know now. Yes, then to know later, right clean. That is right. Okay. This is a sad story. I don't know if you ever watch my £600 life but one of the people who appeared.
"eirik" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Trials from Desert beer. Hydrochloric win one therapy for covert 19 continues to show quiet but impressive results. Convalescent plasma therapy is getting more attention as a way to lessen many of the harsher symptoms. And speed up recovery. It hasn't been proven to work for the throne of Eirik, but it's been around for about 100 years. It was used in 1918 to treat the Spanish will basically Doctors will take a blood sample from a patient who has recovered from the Corona virus and separate the liquid part, which is plasma and transfuse it into a patient currently. Sit with Coben 19. The idea is that the antibodies that helped the previous person recover well kind of both to the second person's own immune system to fight it. So that's Kassidy Morrison from the Washington Examiner with this morning with Gordon deal, and this is not a new approach. This is actually an old approach, but it seems to be working. There have been a few limited studies showing that it could help and you know there was that Tom Hanks story A while ago he was You know, donating plasma thinking that this could make a big difference. As this pandemic has persisted. We've seen more proof showing that it actually does speed up recovery. On the Mayo Clinic released results from research they've been doing and this week's results they came out and said a 10% decrease in deaths in patients who received donor plasma with high concentration of the virus fighting antibodies compared with those that receive lower concentrations of the blood plasma, so encouraging results from the Mayo Clinic and their research coming out this week, so there's antibody therapy will works and the way they do it is you go in, and they'll draw your blood and then they test it. Take a look at it. And then if the test comes back to indicate that you actually had covert 19 what you may not even know I mean, a whole bunch of us have had it and don't even know it. Then they call you back and they say, Hey, listen, Would you be willing to donate a little bit Mohr, and then they pull your anybody's out of there and then someone who has it in the struggling with it can use those anybody's and appears to be working pretty well. So There is a blood drive this taking place on August 7th in Kfbk Right here. We're teaming up with my talent, and this is an outfit. That's there in the business of doing this, and they know exactly what they're doing. It's going to be held at Cal Expo. It's called the I Heart Blood Drive again. That's on August 7th. And you have to make an appointment. And to do that, go to our website kpk dot com You'll find a link there. They can walk you through it. You can make an appointment and it's well worth your time. I know that a lot of the reservations, by the way, are certain fill up. Let's get out to the roadways right now and check on the commuter traffic and weather together every 10 minutes and good morning, Bob Williams and this report. Broadway by East Lawn Coming out of Roseville Douglass Boulevard was split on West found, 80 have 16 minutes caps the freeway to Highway 50. Another eighth of that 16 11 minutes, North found five or North found 99 coming out of Belle Grove and a little bit of a slow situation. The right lanes on North Bound 99 transition on the highway 50 Bouncing out the highway 50 westbound Fulsome Boulevard. I've 5 18 minutes south bound 5 16 minutes out of woodland downtown while you're Davis run is currently at 13 minutes. Starting at Richard's Boulevard. You want to remind you we have Winn control traffic in effect today report to Lambert Road on state Route 1 60 Don't reports of a gas cam bouncing around the lanes South found 65 80 eastbound transition. There may be times when we're apart. East Lawn understands the importance of coming together to grieve the loss of friends or family members Count on East Lawn to be your compassionate guy that providing the closure you need. Learn more. Eastland dot com. Today, traffic on the tans every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Bob Williams needs 93.1 kfbk. Many of sunshine expected after some morning low clouds across parts of the valley and temperatures today, still a little bit below average Heisel.
"eirik" Discussed on Cardionerds
"You're educated. You're proactive, really high health literacy, and so I think you sort of stumbled upon your own diagnosis thinking about in very rational way, but I wonder how many patients go through these symptoms for weeks for months without ever even seeking medical attention, the diagnosed with diabetes is a pretty major thing to find out about yourself. Do you remember how you? You fell or what you were thinking when you were first realizing that. Hey, you actually have diabetes sounds like he has some perspective from having a family member who had diabetes. How did you take that news in? And what do you think was going on? What was on your mind at the time auditory out because when I was diagnosed with betty the? My head is I hated insolent bulking, but I go on. That did not extend Huffman over, so me on Metformin for men, so I was, said to readjust Howie aid exercise to reevaluate my. Welby and that's what game around in, and said okay after and that's what happened so I got educated with the diabetes a little more and control my inundate sense that exercising. Any advice for us when we're telling someone for the first time that they have a diagnosis like Diabetes Gordon definitely I think you should recommend the. This diabetic glasses that they offer across the country of a major hospitals have them. It is very very bored that this agents go doesn't matter what their background is. The should go look at his diabetic glasses as Long involved about three or four. Each, you what? How do exercise? What what? Food labels. Because most people look at it and say, it's like sugar. Free sugar free does not mean that it doesn't carbs. But most of the people think are sugar free second design diabetic eat that one's open. They need to go to this, so they got a better perspective of how do by the food how they look at the labels at what? They go to restaurants in all what they eat and one of the biggest misconception is know when people say oh, I'm Debbie. That is again this heavy gardens. That's not true. You can eat, but is the portion control. Everything is ocean control. Get him a whole big economic of a Beagle. Adding know personally push until probably makes it more sustainable, also because that you'd have a sweet tooth, but I think controlling. The portions really important you know, and then either because of your own intrinsic positive response to adversity the diabetes education or having had prospective Davies in the past some combination of that what you did next was really nothing short of amazing and truly Eirik. You somehow lost thirty pounds in ended up getting your diabetes under control on just meant form it and I should say we didn't talk about this. When you were first diagnosed with diabetes, your agency was well about eleven getting down to a single agent Mama therapy without insulin. This pretty extraordinary. How did you do it? Like? What did you actually do to lose away? Improve Your lifestyle because he signed just knew something. You do in check off I mean this has to be a paradigm shift in the way you live your life. So what changes did you make? And what were your biggest motivators well? Let's talk about the this motivated. The biggest motivator for me was I didn't want it to end with this diabetic fee. Be All government is as far as the health concern. Later down the road at getting stuck with needles, so that was. Your? Needles all day long, but it's like getting poked as soon. So that was the biggest part of the biggest was this. My wife because she was the motivating factor in a sense how? End Control the high carb foods of this where she went around and started making this low carb foods and she herself eat that, but so because you get them. Did someone's eating French fries agreement? That was I had to be helping in my mind. Diet control as I would say. More of diabetic that control and looked at around online with our edge. We found out what what interests me. These islands obesity. We got the CARB. Diet and exercise walking not rigorous. EXA says victim walking. You know usually by. And Allow. Making such a profound change can be extraordinarily difficult, and you did incredible dot com it actually in the nuclear lab when I spent my mother conduct. We take our daily coffee break. Them, glazed donut to his face, he thousand bucks able to turn coal, which I thought was incredible. We took a lot of coffee north. Highland that maybe the take. As partial. Djibril Bra those crackers, and the first I was he looked at the nutritional facts said. There's no way I can have that. Down without an email hesitation. How can we help? Our patients get similar success. Is there anything you found particularly helpful or you know you mentioned those motivating factors, but if there's someone who's maybe not as intrinsically motivated as as you were starters, there's something that we as physicians can do to help them absolutely what they need to do. We need to show the patients is. I agree emphasizes, but the Davick education is very very born because people don't go there, and they don't understand what what intake of the food does to the body, and they don't know how to lead the labels. Those are the two critical that they should look, and the other thing is. The feminity supports if they're married or have a spouse or significant other. this should also get involved with the patient management here now in a sense because my vicodin within. She had to give up sorry for shift again. Sweets and everything else. Sushi's is no better, betty, but she humidity sneaking it after going to work. Up. The have been. Talking about the conservation of mass..
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"South one A one car into the bushes on the shoulder of that ramp. Julie de Cuba D. I'm on the nervous on the next news, our covert and race to part book on the striking disparities in the pandemic. That's Wednesday on the PBS NewsHour. Stay tuned for the PBS NewsHour this afternoon at three o'clock you're on public radio. I'm Carol Hills. This's the world hate speech and extremist content are not allowed on most major social media platforms. Technically speaking, that is in reality, global networks of white supremacist and other extremist groups have flourished online gaming, big followings and doing recruitment work almost unchecked, according to watchdog organizations. I've been a huge backlash, and now some online platforms are beginning to crack down. The world's Lydia Amano leader has our story and a warning. Parts of Lydia's report are disturbing. Last week, Heidi by Rick and her team reached out to YouTube and Twitter after discovering a slew of white supremacist pages on their sites. What we wanted to do was to say you need to get this off your platforms. This is directly tied to terrorism. It is irresponsible. For you to be hosting this contact by Rick is with the global project against Hate and extremism. A U. S based nonprofit the tracks White supremacists online. Last week, her organization came out with a damning report. It identified dozens of YouTube and Twitter accounts belonging to Generation identity. A multinational extreme far right organization with chapters in Germany, France, the Czech Republic. Ireland, Australia and elsewhere. We looked at this group in particular because it is responsible Morse oh than any one else for fretting the ideas of the great replacement. This is a racist conspiracy theory. The idea is that in Western countries, white people are slowly being snuffed out or displaced by non white immigrants. It's obviously a flawed notion. It makes no sense. But this is the propaganda that these people believe in and have been spreading through Social media. The accounts by Rick and her team found on Twitter and YouTube, where linked to generation identity chapters in more than 12 countries and had tens of thousands of followers. I wish it was hard to find them because then maybe other people wouldn't find their accounts. But it was actually very simple. All she had to do was basically type their name in the search bar in different languages. She found some accounts and then the platforms pretty much did the rest of the work for her, suggesting similar people in group she could follow or subscribe to. This is one of the reasons the algorithms thes companies used to suggest content are considered so controversial. It sucks you in and sends you to Maura and more extreme contact, and that's a really dangerous thing, and it's the bedrock. Of why we have so many young, largely white males who are getting radicalized in the white supremacy around the world since 2018 Eirik says there have been at least six attacks motivated by great replacement ideas, including the terrorist attack of two mosques in Christ Church, New Zealand last year, an alleged killer in court. Appearing to find making a hand signal associated with white nationalism. The gunmen had ties to the generation identity movement and named the Great replacement conspiracy theory in his manifesto when by Rick and her colleagues brought their findings to Twitter and YouTube, the company's took action. They removed dozens of these accounts, including ones belonging to Martin Sellner Generation identities. Unofficial leader in Austria. This might seem like a no brainer, but Watchdog groups say it wasn't until recently that the big platforms really started cracking down on white supremacists and other extremists and hate groups. Just in the last few weeks, platforms including Reddit Twitch Facebook have kicked off groups and individual people, including high profile figures like Stefan will know a Canadian white nationalist, and David Duke, the former leader of the Ku Klux Klan. Frankly, it's pathetic that it's taken that long. Fans like this are too little, too late. Howard Graves is a researcher with the Southern Poverty Law Center, he says. For years and years, his organization and others tried to get social media companies to take the white supremacist problem on their platforms. Seriously. We would act as you know, good faith partners using our limited resource is to try and help them identify. Bad actors on their platforms, and almost nothing would happen. These mainstream platforms grave says became hubs for extremist content, a place where a range of white supremacist groups could establish sprawling transnational networks to communicate with one another and to recruit. The companies weren't doing much, he says, and they say did free speech. He says things began to change slightly in 2017. In the aftermath of the night, the right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, white.
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"Elements Show time now for everybody's favorite segment of the week, a visit by my wife, Jeanne Kettleman. Eirik, I was gonna ask how you are, but I know we've been over a long time. So Jean is founder here, it Edelman financial engines, a degree in consumer economics and nutrition. Expert and macrobiotic cooking shares with us the other side of money. Thank you. So today I wanted to share perspective as everyone We've been watching Netflix and our lady. Sure, our latest Syriza's lost in space. We sure are, And we've watched some good serious, so it's good. But anyway, this is our most recent one, and it has made me look to the sky a little bit differently. You know, wondering, Will we ever probably not in our lifetime have a large population up living in space. But all things are possible. But as I am looking to the skies a little bit more only cause I just feel myself kind of slipping a little bit. I just feel like with things closing down a little bit, Mohr, but the virus spreading the volume of frustration, anger rising. I need to keep my anxiety and check a little bit better. I don't want to go backwards. I want to go forwards and, you know, continue to feel good. This is all taking so much longer than we thought. And so, yeah, it's easier flied easy to slip, Especially the news the past week, so Anyway, I want bigger perspective. I just want to look for something bigger. And for me, nature really is the best way to gain perspective. I'm pulling myself outside a lot more away from the news in the social media. And I have two new favorite things..
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"Company and affiliates. Welcome back to the Rick Elements Show time Now for everybody's favorite segment of the week. A visit by my wife, Jeanne Edelman. Eirik, I was gonna ask how you are, but I know we've been over a long time. So Jean is founder here, it Edelman financial engines, a degree in consumer economics and nutrition. Expert and macrobiotic cooking shares with us the other side of money. Thank you. So today I wanted to share perspective as everyone We've been watching Netflix and our lady. Sure, our latest Syriza's lost in space. We sure are, And we've got some good serious, So it's good. But anyway, this is our most recent one, and it has made me look to the sky a little bit differently. You know, wondering, Will we ever probably not in our lifetime have a large population up living in space. But all things are possible. But as I am looking to the skies a little bit more only cause I just feel myself kind of slipping a little bit. I just feel like with things closing down a little bit more. But the virus spreading the volume of frustration, anger rising. I need to keep my anxiety and check a little bit better. I don't want to go backwards. I want to go forwards and, you know, continue to feel good was all taking so much longer than we thought and And so, yeah, it's easier flied easy to slip, especially the news the past week. So anyway, I want bigger perspective. I just want to look for something bigger. And for me, nature really is the best way to gain perspective. I'm pulling myself outside a lot more away from the news in the social media. And I have two new favorite things..
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"Back to the Rick Elements Show time Now for everybody's favorite segment of the week, a visit by my wife, Jeanne Gentleman. Eirik, I was gonna ask how you are, but I know we've been home for a long time. So Jean is founder here, it Edelman financial engines, a degree in consumer economics and nutrition. Expert and macrobiotic cooking shares with us the other side of money. Thank you. So today I wanted to share perspective as everyone We've been watching Netflix and our lady sure of our latest Syriza's lost in space. We sure are And Ah, we watched some good serious, So it's good. But anyway, this is our most recent one, and it has made me look to the sky a little bit differently. You know, wondering, Will we ever probably not in our lifetime have a large population of living in space. But all things are possible. But as I am looking to the skies a little bit more only cause I just feel myself kind of slipping a little bit. I just feel like with things closing down a little bit, Mohr, but the virus spreading the volume of frustration, anger rising. I need to keep my anxiety and check a little bit better. I don't want to go backwards. I want to go forwards and, you know, continue to feel good. This is all taking so much longer than we thought. And so, yeah, it's easier fly back, easy to slip, Especially the news the past week, so Anyway, I want bigger perspective. I just want to look for something bigger. And for me, nature really is the best way to gain perspective. I'm pulling myself outside a lot more away from the news in the social media. And I have two new favorite things..
"eirik" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Re open while staring down financial ruin Eric Hoover is a senior writer at the chronicle of higher education and Eric joins me today welcome to one Eirik thank you for having me course what are the details of this decision can you break it down for us sure absolutely so last week as you said the board of regents at the university of California system pulled the plug on the A. C. T. and the S. A. T. as a requirement for its campuses and there are few facets to the plan for what happens next so I'll go through it quickly and first of all you see like many many colleges and universities had already suspended it's testing requirement for applicants for the fault twenty twenty one class if we can think ahead the next fall and it was hard because of covert nineteen it's just right now many students can't don't have access to ACT and SAT exams and there's great uncertainty about the avail what the availability for those exams will look like later this year students may end up taking them at home remains to be seen so what UC regents voted on last week was to extend that policy for another year so for twenty twenty one applicants in twenty twenty two applicants they would have the option of sending a test score or not and then the year after that things take a turn and you see would go an additional step taken additional steps to adopt a policy known as test blind for twenty twenty three and twenty twenty four applicants which is to say they're taking those exams right off the table they're telling applicants Hey you can send a test course but we won't even look at them at least not when we're considering your application for admission and then comes twenty twenty five your five this five year plan one of two things will happen at that point the UC system will introduce a possibly brand new or modified standardized tests to replace the C. T. and the S. A. T. as a requirement or it will go without standardized testing requirements at all so what those those two different roads look very different and Tom alter so which one you see decides to go down so they'll be test optional for two years then test blind for another two years in Israel is a hard thing to put on yeah and then maybe their own test and I said just to add another wrinkle I should say when we're talking about the testing optional policy going forward and then test blind for the two years after that this is for California applicants I think about three quarters of the students who enroll in UC systems come from the state of California okay it remains to be seen exactly what will shake out as far as a policy pertaining to out of state applicants and international applicants to the system we talk about the different wrinkles in this decision but Eric why is this a big deal because this is huge this is a big deal I mean you can just look at some statistics you sis system campuses enroll about a quarter of a million undergraduates okay that's a lot of students the Golden State a big diverse state is also the biggest state consumer of standardized tests so new on a picture young folks taking standardized tests all throughout this country and prepping for them think of California that's where that's for the time from our for many many years in higher ed the many many eyes have roamed west looking for inspiration right in the UC system has provided models for many things including how to think about tests and how to value them in and weigh what's most important previously you see presidents have played a large role in shaping what the S. A. T. anyway look like what was on it what was not on it and so now you have this big diverse university system that is widely respected and it comes at this decision comes at a time when dozens and dozens if not hundreds and hundreds of colleges and universities are already rethinking if not readjusting their testing policies as it is we're talking with Eric Hoover he's a senior writer at the chronicle of higher education Eric here's a message from Chelsea on Facebook she said the school where I teach statistics and several others across the country will not be using standardized tests for entry in the fall I'm looking forward to seeing the data we have showing how students entering without an ACT or SAT score due in a few years I think we'll all be pleasantly surprised to see how little testing has to do with actual academic performance does that square with what you've been hearing Eric yeah I mean that's a that's a helpful thought and and I know many people are are looking ahead and anticipating more and more data bearing out that standardized tests they might matter in some way they might help a college predict something when it comes to a student's performance say his or her first year grade point average or even whether or not here she graduates or graduates within a particular number of years but within the admissions field that's not unanimous but there is a growing understanding I think appreciation for the fact that as many colleges have told applicants going back many decades the thing that matters most are the courses you take in high school and your performance in those courses so your grades for instance hopefully whatever you learn that you're able to bring to bear on your life as a student on a college campuses when you add test scores to high school GPA and some of valuation of course rigor as it's known in admissions land yes tests many colleges have found help you predict a students outcome some measure of success a little bit more but if you take that test score off the table many colleges have found you're not really losing much and then I think the key question that many colleges are asking more carefully now is what is the tradeoff of requiring these exams yeah what what do we get from it and what are the costs or at least the potential cost to all different kinds of students in a incredibly diverse nation where people don't have the same access to preparation for tests just as they don't have the same access to so many other aspects of education at a UC board of regents meeting last week university of California president Janet the politician explained why she wanted this change I was I'm persuaded that the value add of the SCG at AC T. to our admissions process was sufficient to outweigh all of the extensive mitigation measures we employ to counter act the fact of the standardized tests on certain populations and specifically to counter act the correlation between the S. A. T. M. A. C. T. to the socio economic level others of the student and in some cases the ethnicity of the student Eric break that down for us what exactly or why exactly I should say are they making this change yeah I think she is get what she's getting out there that's president Apollo Tano from the UC system is this dance if you will that many admissions officers will describe at least privately it looking at an applicant looking at his or her grades and achievements and and these all look good these look like great applicants on paper and then then this test score for an app for an applicant that may be low relative to the scores of many other applicants many admissions officers will describe kind of of wrestling with what seems like conflicting information of relatively low test score but everything else looks great what does that mean how much of that to score matter particularly in a state like California which is increasingly diverse and we know as Apollo tonneau is was saying last week that these tests and these tests scores serve higher income applicants much better than lower income applicants yeah and it's it's just true that are under represented minorities on average do not scores highly on the ACT or the SAT and I hear her saying in that statement are we still okay with that can artificial Cassidy's equity Sir yeah now R. and wrote to us on our Kate sees me wrote to us on Facebook and says it's all about effort not race anyone of any race can make a point of studying to do well on the test your response here yeah I think you know so this is getting out the the argument in favor of ACT and SAT requirements that's going to point to the word standardized in standardized tests right it sounds it sounds fair it sounds quintessentially medically American book we have the standardized measures they're neutral measures anyone can do well in them I say two things to her point one is just because they're standardized doesn't mean that everyone is on equal footing when they sit down in a classroom on a Saturday morning get out their number two pencils and start filling in those bubbles it is a fact that students do not have the the same degree of preparation both for standardized tests or for any other aspect of education and so there isn't not a level playing field when it comes to taking a standardized test in the first place and she is also getting out the question of preparation here in twenty twenty it's true you can find all kinds of free prep material online the College Board offers what it calls test practice for free it's all kinds of free content in videos that students can avail.
"eirik" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Join us in the chat YouTube dot com slash on hello to Tommy we've got and Eric Eirik merit zero here which I don't know that's actually somebody's username before the break we're talking about a little bit of politics and why it just angers people and oh boy did we get some angry open mikes this is not fully clips let me clue you in politics is a game played by the people in power the people without power our power people with the people that are actually in actually care about the people with I honestly have no idea what that guy said I just heard a baby crying honestly no clue but this is what I'm saying ma'am politics that gets people gets people riled up you know who else gets riled up this man angry Vince McMahon pitching one of the greatest reality shows of all time but not politically correct man I I can't stand for I got angry Vince you told us that you want five women on their periods you put one guy in the room if you can stand it for I don't know a certain amount of time you want a million dollars presented by you I don't know if I can stand for the same grievance but you have to say for yourself for starters you know what you're going to get it so when you when you got to pay taxes on it yeah and you know all that money on a million dollars is a lot right let us well here's the kicker dollars you got to be exact wow wow plus for that we have an a plus queued up for that is something that is something coming straight from your heart thank you thank you a defense with caring that a little golf club for you appreciate appreciate you sharing your wisdom with us let's let's turn to the open mikes because I need some help interpreting what you guys are talking about here I got to know what's going.
"eirik" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And welcome back Eric Erica wedding with us the black magician course that's what we'll call Eirik even though you would call yourself what no I would I would go with that black magician okay one of the best term forward at this point you know unfortunately so we'll we'll look at everything that now since it is science it all not very long ago with his witchcraft the missiles the young physicians that were examining the bodies within a necromancer so at this point unfortunately but just because the term we've got to have but I do see very soon in the future things that I'm now talking about in in metaphor and symbols are going to be understood by science and going to be used in political science everywhere would you call black magic spiritual I would I would definitely say it's a good piece of spirituality reviews with the spirituality without any mediator between you and your your higher power why would somebody like yourself want to practice what's the benefit for you the most obvious benefit is the ability to have a greater degree of control over our reality and circumstance that we can question reality this weather that we first degree if you can get the words of the jobs that you want you can get the promotion between ages and forget that the love life if you want all of you all of your minor concerns can really be taken care of through black magic but that's just the doorway that you enter through once once you start realizing you can flip the switches and and and make these changes in reality that's when the real alchemy here that did he you get addicted to the process of your own changing your own unfolding so that that's really why you would get into it is almost always for from some minor selfish need while you stay in it is because it is the essence of the unfolding like yourself ten when you teach people what do you teach them well most of them will all start out with looking at what not that minor selfish desire is implying we get baskets with various rituals have a clock which was out of every every system that can come across every different religion has been the same kinds of teaching the same template of concrete these changes will so all all look at what the individual needs are what what what the exact I'll come business wire doing this calling for an adaptive ritual to that and and so that's the first that's the first part of it but the the actual tough working of of black magic is the past working of self control and so that gets into the deep states of meditation control over your everyday thoughts and and feelings being able to take the energy that that is within and around Europe and become conscious of it and get into direct control over that so it's not just about the rituals we perform you become a walking path full of magic when you when you conjure up demons do you see them or feel them how do you know they've arrived the first the first manifestation in the feeling it's a a check up on blanket of energy that descends into the room and you can feel your your hair stand up you can feel your heart rate due to increasing you you gave it to the errant gets much more stickers yeah yeah it is the live it's just above you if you take that that blanket of energy you can use that and and channel that through the ritual if you're going for a full manifestation of the spirit though you'll focus all that energy into the triangle of manifestation or into the incense smoke and at that point you absolutely can see the spirit rising up in the smoke usually LC the staff from the from the waist down for from the bust up and everything looks like a specter dishes rising up out of the system the smoke at which point you can communicate ask questions receive answers all this is happening first the first is happening internally or there is an internal telepathic communication but as you chase that subtle communication going into that it becomes more more physical each time when you tell people you're a black magician that you practice black magic do they panic what do they do do they run away from you or they stick around what happens you know it does have doesn't have a polarizing the facts that that either either the only man in the face tell me more or there they they run away yeah but unfortunately there I guess there is a third option which is which is to marginalize it and not that that's a form of running away from this sailing in olestra soon enough.
"eirik" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And welcome back Eric are colliding with us the black magician course that's what we'll call Eirik even though you would call yourself what no I would I would go with that black musicians okay five of the best term forward at this point my Jaan fortunately so we'll look at everything that now since it is science they're all not very long ago with his witchcraft the first video physicians that were examining the bodies were considered necromancers so at this point unfortunately but we just mean because the term we've got to have but I do see very similar future things now talking about and in medical and symbols are going to be understood by science and going to be used in political science everywhere would you call black magic spiritual I would I would definitely say it's a good piece of spirituality but is it a spirituality without any mediator between you and your your higher power why would somebody like yourself want to practice what's the benefit for you the most obvious benefit is the ability to have a greater degree of control over our reality and circumstance that we can question reality this way or that way first and then moved to read if you can get the rest of the jobs that you are using the promotions that you need to get the the love life if you want all of you all of your minor concerns can really be taken care of through black magic but that's just the doorway that you enter through once once you start realizing you can flip the switches and and and make these changes in reality that's when the real alchemy here that did you get addicted to the process of your own changing your own unfolding so that definitely want to get into it is almost always was from some minor selfish need while you stay in there is because it is the essence of the unfolding of yourself ten when you teach people what do you teach them well most of them will all start out with looking at what not that minor selfish desires and finding a way to get that through various rituals I've I clock which will be out of every every system that can come across every different religion has been the same kinds of teaching the same template of concrete these changes will so look at what the individual needs are what what what the exact I'll come business wire doing fitness calling for an adaptive ritual to that and and so that's the first that's the first part of it but the the actual tough working of of black magic is a tough looking of of self control and so that gets into the deep states of meditation control over your everyday thoughts and and feelings being able to take the energy that that is within and around Europe and become conscious of it and get into direct control over that so it's not just about the rituals we perform but you become a walking vessel of magic is now when you when you conjure up demons do you see them or feel them how do you know they've arrived the first the first manifestation in the feeling it's a it's like come on blanket of energy that descends into the room and you you you can feel your your hair stand up you can feel your heart rate due to increasing you gave it to the errant gets much more stickers yeah yeah it is the live it's just a buzz now you need if you take that that blanket of energy you can use that and and channel that through the ritual if you're going for full manifestation of the spirit though you'll focus all that energy into the triangle of manifestation or into the incense smoke and at that point you absolutely can see the spirit rising up in the smoke usually all see disappear from the from the waist down for from the bust up and and and looks like a specter dishes rising up out of this the the smoke and which we can communicate.
"eirik" Discussed on World Talkers: An Unofficial Evermore Fancast
"To be my wall honestly. Okay I think that if if if they made that maps slightly smaller maybe changed the material. I haven't felt it but I think that would be a legit realms play Climat oh thou without who would be legit right take it. You can take that one evermore you get that one three each each of the each of the portal maps. That'll be really colloquial. Now what an amazing I just keep looking back at where we were Aurora twenty eighteen. Rice season We we have many great characters. But what if I remember our review it very much was lacking story depth and really Lihui said there was not much story at all. They're random people from Aurora but now the park has has listened. They've learned their figuring hiring themselves out. I think they would be the first to admit that they don't know everything they've made. Mistakes as we all have world walkers and ever more alike but now we have come to this new land and we are actually seeing a fleshed out world and a world map amazing amazing to me and and along those lines in a single story beats. They've accomplished more like telling a tale. Then what it felt like the entirety of last Aurora because in this in this singular hour-long instance of Cairo being back in like showing folks the map. We learn that she lila and sheree whose Mother Nature Lila was the queen of Aurora last year. That they are all sisters that Karez who who is a winter wolf and park sort of. He's a diplomatic barbarian that he has technically Lila's son and King Eirik son he's the King of Aurora though he has forsaken his name by blood brothers King. It's pretty. It's pretty crazy. So like in in a moment. In instance like they gave us so much to dig into and like so many questions to ask So really really quite brilliant and and I honestly as I was sitting there that night I was like I kind of like I want more. I feel spoiled. I want more story beats to half of this. I understand that the purpose wasn't necessary for it to be like a full on like full-blown story night but that that one moment was like oh give me more please. But it sets sets it up for what is to come absolutely Aurora now has progressed on into February. If I'm not mistaken yes yes. The the dates have changed. That is a good note that we had to put out is that Aurora now ends on as it currently stands on the calendar ends on.
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"White heart for the first time in nearly nine. Years Tennessee is planning and execution lifting nine year old Billy Ray Eirik set to be put to death this evening with. A rape and murder of a year old Knoxville