15 Burst results for "Elizabeth old"

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

07:14 min | 4 d ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

"Soul soul It's it's really hard to say this But kelly dodd. I really likes choose ice folk into so many friends about it. And she's a horrible human being but she puts herself together so well like can and don't look don't listen to what comes out of her mouth but she puts herself together so well it's not over. It's really relatable but sheikh kelly. Dodd knows what she likes. It goes pretty classic with it and she wears a sweater like maybe. It'll have like an embroidery or something like that. But she keeps it pretty sheep. Her jeans always looked great on her. And like you'll see debris but to reach bring fashion while kelly dodd is just looks like timeless. Easy not like how my mouth has been agape few and i wanna just secure your reputation. In the nsa. That are absolutely gorgeous with amazing style. And i want to go to your instagram. And see what you're up to because to give you a little more credence. Because i'm actually hearing you're saying i think kelly so terrible it's like an haning. Get at her clothes. She's really put together and it's like wow she looks like so many outfits like oh. I wish i had that i would wear that. But she's just such a horrible person or she says the most ridiculous things die. You're like Kelly dot the only housewives that if she's wearing a hat like i'm not super bothered by it like teddy joe teddy joe mellencamp swearing a hat or kyle. Ohio cower cower. The had all used his hat. Giselle wears a lot of hats which is hard to see does rough. I don't mind the hat on her. Mind the clothes and the house fashion because she is so gorgeous. A hat like works for you know what i mean like. It's so beautiful. I think she's the opposite of kelly in that we forgive her fashions because he like so much of what she's saying she's the opposite. I i would say yeah i. it's it's controversial. What it's it's kelly dot. I also like her surgery face. I so appreciate you sticking with your guns here. And i'm going to look at her. It's hard to be. I need to mute her. Take screen grabs. Look with their face. Cutoff although you like face to. So i'll keep it. I liked her plastic surgery face. And it's it's just such shame. Because i think he's a beautiful person just aesthetically but she's just so she's such a problem she such problem. It's makes it so sad for. I like that. You seem really broken up. I like that wishing. You're not saying like i think she's got a beautiful face your say her plastic surgery face because there are two ways to go either way. I liked elizabeth old face when they did flashbacks of her. I thought she had a beautiful old face now. Elizabeth's see vargas. Oh i didn't you see how did i in graham. She posted because i like to go creep. What they're up to. She posted a her alcohol brand a little bit too early before you even not. She was on the show but she posted old photos. And i was like. Oh she's a pretty woman so yeah it. It's hard and in jersey. As i said. I do like melissa's new face also liked her old. It was it was something. Like both melissa's i like both melissa to this week's melissa looks so much like her sister. Yes i agree. She looks a lot like with her hair. Deloris through and through doors. is gordon. Just take pictures of her on. I think a screenshot. Because i think she's so beautiful. I can't stop looking at her body over everything. I do have to pop up because i'm on a lunch break so we'll get along but i wanted to say that i love on jersey just back to jersey. Real quick is that they brought up joe sex toy business and we got an update on those sex toy business. Our got an update on his extra business in. Y'all we'll say goodbye to you. Danielle and i want to just close out with our beautiful guest. You know despite your interesting opinions about kelly. i'm gonna. I'm gonna take your word for it and i'm going to give it another look at it. Just never editor. Just try to keep her and just just look at this. Look at us. Look at her. Okay okay. I will but really quickly. Don't give her that much engagement right. It's just a quick glance. And i'm moving on you know. I know i had to go but while you're here i'm realizing we didn't even really touch on salt lake this week even though there hasn't been a new one because we were off last week. Let's get into a few things because you've got a controversial opinion right off the bat. I think we all need to hear. Brace yourselves emotionally. i don't like heather. I don't like other and it happened. How reunion for me. I was big heather. Stan but and maybe i won't say i don't like heather but i like to like go on extremes. No naturally we need here on. I like to go and extreme. So there's you feel. Because i felt a hint that she got a little too big for her britches. Yana of it. All this these to past episodes. I was like she so hurt by jan that i feel like she's trying she's gonna burn the whole house down kind of attitude that she doesn't want to be friends with jen. She wants to throw daggers. At lisa's relationship with meredith and when she was putting on her makeup and like just trashing lisa. It was so chilling to me that we saw this kind of nasty side to her. That like the playing the victim of it all so victimized by lisa saying i don't really know she's pretty much saying you were an acquaintance. It's not a close friend and that's so triggering to how it's almost like she did take it too far. It's so delivering to her. And i feel like she mobile. She's trying to mobilize her legions of fans to destroy lease. But you're getting off the bus. So i just like she. She's feeling herself and i wanted her to feel herself. That's the thing like i like. Go you utah reserve this you deserve. But don't go too far. It seems i am much. It was very chris. She's sliding a little too close to the to the end. The sun is riana. his son is riana. it's like she did peak there. You're right. I wonder if there'll be a backlash and i i felt it but honestly i didn't have the courage to say it was har so far as i don't like her i love her and she's been my favorite for a long time and i find her to be a very feeling genuine person. I think if you met her you'd be like oh i love this person manure was you're right. It was a little much. I was loving her. And these last two episodes i like la. I don't like you right now. And it's an. I think her personality is also very triggering to me when people play the i hate when someone plays the victim that friend. That's like.

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Shipped. Done differently, their expert shoppers, pickup, fresh groceries, household essentials, and even pet supplies from local stories you love. Get everything delivered to your door and as soon as one hour. About, full shoppers, unbelievably fresh produce and peace of mind. That's the difference shipped makes try same-day delivery for yourself at dot com slash true crime today. Once again, that's S. H. I. P. T. dot com slash true crime. Today is Wednesday October Twenty First Two thousand twenty on this day in two thousand nine Alissa Bustamante killed her nine year old next door neighbor Elizabeth old ten boost monty was only fifteen years old when she committed the murder. Welcome to today in true crime a podcast original due to the graphic nature of today's crimes. Listener discretion is advised extreme caution is advised for listeners under thirteen. I'm Vanessa Richardson and today I'm joined by our guest host Carter Roy from obituaries together, he and I delve into the lives and relationships between two historical figures in each episode. Carter is here to discuss the aftermath of today's story while I'll cover the narrative. Thanks for having me Vanessa, today, we're covering.

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

07:17 min | 6 months ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Not time now for today's top five takeaways. By. Come on now. The super annoying. Any of the show it's not calm. Syndrome is a psychological response wearing a captive began to identify closely with his or her captors as well as with their agenda and demands. Interestingly, the incident that Stockholm Syndrome gets its name from remains pretty obscure outside of Sweden few know the names of those involved in the kidnapping situation that gave the conditions name. Let's talk about real quick and August twenty, nineteen seventy-three less than a year before Patty hearst was kidnapped four bank-workers, Brigada Lindblad, Elizabeth Old Grin Kristen and mark, and Spin Southstream who worked for. Severe Gays Credit Bank in Stockholm hostage in the thirty two year old or taken hostage. In excuse me taken hostage by there we go. Thirty, two year old career criminal Jan Erik. Also later, joined at the bank by a former prison made career criminal Clark Olofsson. Six days later when the standoff ended, it quickly became evident that the victims had formed some kind of positive relationship with their captors. And one phone call from the bank's vault the country's Prime Minister Olaf Palm a bank employee kristen end mark big to be allowed to leave the bank with the kidnappers when Palmer few she said she was very disappointed with him and added. I, think you're sitting there playing checkers with our lives I fully trust Clark and the robber. I am not desperate. They haven't done a thing to us on the contrary they have been very nice but you know off what I'm scared of is that the police will attack and causes to die. Somehow six bank-workers got into their heads that the police were developed not the criminals how? Hostages spoke of being well treated by the robbers and appears that they believed that the owed their lives to the two criminals on one occasion, a Claustrophobic Elizabeth Warren was allowed to leave the vault that become their prison, but only with the rope fixed around her neck, she said that at the time she thought it was very kind of Ulsan to allow her to move around the floor of the bank. When he treated us, well, we could think of him as an emergency God spend saves from was say and the concept of Stockholm Syndrome was born. The phrase was coined by Swedish criminologist and psychiatrist nils beard. Neal's. Jarrett's maybe hang hang hang is hard just figure out the emphasis and the American psychiatrists Dr Frank Oseberg, intrigued by the phenomenon went onto define the syndrome for the FBI Scotland Yard. His criteria included the following I people would experience something terrifying that just comes at them out of the blue, they are certain they were going to die. then. They experienced type of infant infantilism. INFANTILISM they they become babies. we're like a child they are unable to eat speak or go to the toilet without permission. Small acts of kindness that is being given food promise a primitive gratitude for the gift of life. He explains the hostage experienced a powerful primitive positive feelings towards their captor. They're in denial that this is the person who put them in the situation in their mind. They think this is the person who's going to let them live. In short psychologists believed that when a capture threat captives life deliberates and then chooses not to kill the captive. The captives relief at the removal of the death threat is transposed into feelings of gratitude toward the capture for giving him or her life, and it can take only a few days for this to occur. Dr Augsburg stresses that the the true cases of Stockholm Syndrome are rare. Making, identification complicated there are no widely accepted diagnostic criteria to identify the syndrome, which is also known as tear bonding or trauma bonding, and it is not an either of the two main psychiatric manuals, the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders or the international statistical classification of diseases and related health problems. Making identification even further complicated some people who many consider as having Stockholm Syndrome deny having it. Austrian Natasha can. Push. Who was kidnapped as a ten year old by Wolfgang, a trickle pill was held in a basement for eight years in a suburb of Vienna. Crazy suck connection here she was trapped in the basement just an hour and a half away from where monster Joseph Frizzell had his daughter and his daughter granddaughters son grandsons trapped in his basement. And there appears of captivity of these periods of captive excuse. Me Overlapped One another for several years what the fuck is going on Austria anyways. When the TASHA's captured died, she reportedly cried for him and subsequently lit a candle for him as he lay in the mortuary but in a two, thousand, ten interview with The Guardian, Natasha, rejected the label of Stockholm Syndrome. Explaining that it doesn't take into account. The rational choices people make in particular situations. She said I find it very natural that you would adapt yourself to identify with your kidnapper. Especially, if you spend a great deal of time with that person is about empathy -cation, looking for normality within the framework of a crime is not a syndrome it's a, it's a survival strategy. Well whatever you WANNA call it. Survival Strategy Syndrome sounds sounds to me like Patty, hearst probably had it. She had a bunch of fellow Berkeley social activists, surrounding her telling her that her life have been allied day after day telling her that her family was what was wrong with America. Feel bad for had she not been kidnapped. She never committed the robbery she did unless you plan to be kidnapped, which we have no real proof of. What story? Donald freeze after being arrested released eight times after radicalized. Perhaps also been radicalized in prison by some Berkeley students eventually formed his own army, a small army, but still army, and they successfully took a newspaper heiress hostage and to freeze was but one of many revolutionaries who came out during the sixties and seventies in America and fans themselves as savior of the working person was. He a savior I mean, yeah. Negotiated some some food to be given to the poor but other than that. He just wrote and recorded a bunch of corporations or evil in the poor tired of being oppressed and some people have way too much money communist rally points that much cheerleading where he didn't do other than get some meals dished out was offer a better way. What exactly was your revolution going to accomplish? Donald. What if you did tear down the robber barons of the seventies did liquidate bank accounts of the hearse and other billionaires then what? What better system of government would you built in its place? What kind of communist would you have built? One my Stalin's US are maybe one like Pol Pot's. Cambodia. Maybe when like Mao Zedong's China or Castro's Cuba Laos. Laos has been communists hear about them a lot since nineteen, forty, five house that worked out. Now, now, well, if you value free speech and if you'd like to be randomly detained after some kangaroo court, no just fucking throws you in prison for some trumped up bullshit charges. A national happiness index global quality life index up and take a peek at the top twenty nations listed. You don't see a lot of communist nations usually zero why if they're so great? Outside. Of the food extortion situation to freezing army were just thugs posing as revolutionaries. Right? They assassinated a gifted education administrator rob banks wounded innocent customers killing one. Also tried to blow up some cop cars. We didn't even get into that right with police in them. in Alpha Wet. Because they didn't like the government. Don't like it go into politics try and change some things as my kinda wants to do I mean he's fourteen. So it's what he thinks he wants to do, but he wants to.

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

15:44 min | 11 months ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"Hey guys future. Rebecca here just wanted to hop on and give you a heads up that the magical Zappia pixies were not on our side this week and decided to record. Ashley's audio with what I can only assume is a potato. Luckily this week story is one of our favorites that we have covered so far. So sit back. Relax and enjoy this extra special quarantine edition episode. Hello and welcome. We are the ladies of strange. I'm Ashley I'm Tiffany and I'm Rebecca. Thank you for joining us. Each week is we discussed the history mystery in theory of all things questionable on an eerie high guy late eighty S. Hello How's it going? It's still quarantine still in quarantine we're fine. That's fine but we have something special planned for this week. More wine always more wine always but to mix things up a little bit. We have a good friend of ours. Who donates every month at the co-hosts level? Which means he's been allowed for a while to pick a topic and a host in me being me and not wanting to do. The homework require everyone to do offered him during quarantine. I'm like. Hey Do you WanNa do my notes for me? Todd Oh and he agreed. I have notes that I don't know what they say. I'm so excited. Especially because his humor is so similar to yours but at the same time he knows how to push your buttons. So I'm hoping he does He. Yeah the very first thing it says. Today we're going to try to explain. Why Rebecca's here we're talking about the birds and the beasts it's followed by and it wasn't because of a game a twister in small town Georgia earthy Stockholm Syndrome. I don't know but that's in a reference to something my dad's at about a game at twister being responsible for one of my siblings and I was not okay with it. Oh I lo- person so much. So are you guys ready to dive into something? I don't know what it is yet. Let's let's all go on this adventure together. All right nineteen seventy-three. The biggest colors ever are on every shirt bell-bottoms were in fashion and no man knew how to button. His shirt passes. Bellybutton tweeted popular for the first time outside of academia and a woman's hair had its own personality. I'm reading this verbatim now that we've set the scene. Let's continue cleese and there's a warning at the beginning about Russian. Names are no god. I really hope you give these ago. A man walks into storage is credited. Mailed it credit bunk. I'm assuming that's bank in Russia I don't know located in upscale norrmalms store square shortly after it opens. I really hope it's full of of different Russian words and at the end. It's like this is all nonsense. I made up to mess with Rebecca that would mean that he has a lot of time on his hands. Don't we all like disclaimer? I usually try really hard to like. Learn how to pronounce words before hands. Which is why I know how to pronounce your local until the day. I die but but this is your first time seeing these. Yeah I like grunted Bonk Bonk okay. So there's loads of people there about forty employees and a handful of customers but this particular man huge Bach but this particular man seems to stick out. He carries a large canvas suitcase in one arm and a coat in the other. This mind seem weird as the twenty third of August but his amazing sense of style continued with a thick brown wig black eyebrows and mustache and a set of toy glasses so unlike now imagine this guy in like tweed with Jack in a suitcase with like those dollars disguises for you like twist the nose and go up and down the tongue so the man in the toy glasses is John Eric Olsen and despite being born in Sweden he spoke English with an American accent as he pulled a loaded submachine gun from under his coat on in the ceiling and the other party has just begun. What's happening Rebecca keep up? This is how guy here rebecca quickly. I'm usually prepared for these things. So we're back at so credit bank was one of Stockholm's that's where we are. And so the Credit Bank was one of Stockholm's largest banks and this act would set off a six day hostage crisis hurt. Sixteen months is a big chunk that that is a party. And that's like being corentin but extremely uncomfortable to eat at credit boxer suckers but if they're dumb that might be worth it not not for six days true so basically. We're talking about the normal stroke. A robbery. The event that led to the creation of the term Stockholm Syndrome. Oh my God this person. I may be combed for this person. Because that's how that works out a little background on Olsen. He was born April sixteenth. Nineteen forty one in outside of Helensburgh. Sweden good he was known to local authorities as a thief. And a safecracker with a tendency for explosives. I like skype the the year before. Nineteen seventy two. He had been convicted of Grand Larceny. And probably the best way possible. He got caught robbing older. Couple's house in Helsingborg so I have a note from the Narrator Shush. That's not why it's great. I was wondering I was giving him the benefit of the doubt. But nothing's happened yet. Okay so the husband was so shocked at the event which like Super Fair considering everything he killed over right there and then oh no. His wife asked Olson to rush into the kitchen and get her husband's heart medicine which he did. I like this guy so he was trying to rob them. Yeah I wouldn't go. Okay just making sure he hard times. He's gotTa make too but he's also compassionate. I can already the bank. Robber hasn't even happened and I already see why people start homes for the sky disclaimer. If tiffany robbed a house this is how it would go to never will not that she would but if she did she'd be like oh. I'm so sorry here. Let me sweep glass for you. I'll dust before I leave. It's scientist my own house hair. So after grabbing the heart medication Olson then went ahead and returned to looting. The couple's home before leaving with a bunch made sure they're OK okay. Wait there's an author's note. I can't find anything on the status of the couple. I'm sure they were fine afterwards. Probably Oh my God louise's the man had a heart attack. He got his heart meds. He was just shocked so stunned landed him three years in prison in South. Stockholm others note. So probably chaotic. Good yes exactly. I don't I don't understand. That Ho chaotic good chaotic bad. I don't get that like I just kind of roll with it. When people talk about that we should go into that of another time. It's fine I don't even know how far into these notes and they're fantastic. Thank you so as you might have noticed. The date of his conviction and the date of the robbery are awfully close and not separated by the length of his full sentence. That's because in Sweden prisoners. Get Furlough or leave time where they can leave prison for a few days at a time. This is an effort to ease people back into their everyday lives. I appreciate what they're doing there. I also really appreciate that. He spends his sleeve rubbing pink. I appreciate that are dear author assumes that we were GonNA remember dates that like a lot of what we're backup like takes out of episodes. Pause scroll squeeze girls was okay. The problem here is the prisoners are supposed to come back. You don't say we gathered that from contacts. Thank you dear. Author also didn't do that instead. He robbed a bank tomato tomato anyway back to the party God. I love this date the credit bunk Marty so most of the people in the bank dropped to the floor but some hid in the back while others ran out of the bank into the Public Square Olsen casually walked up to the teller counter pulled out a transistor radio from a suitcase and turn it on full blast turning it to a rock music station. He then ordered a male employees to tie up. Kristen and mark a twenty three year olds. Demographer who was at the bank to deliver a letter. Brigitta loomed Blunt thirty-one-year-old Bank employee and Elizabeth Old Grin Twenty one year old bank cashier. Oh okay so he is getting. The party started though with the music. And yet you're correct and the rope. Yes I've been kidding. So Kristen later said that. She thought she was seeing something. That could only happen in America and like Alex but also yeah. Authors note robberies being held at gunpoint. Do They not rob box in Sweden. No I'd probably people from other countries coming over in. Robbing Their bunks. No America we were extreme to the Max okay. So he has people's right up party started. We're going full force so at this point Olsen shouted. I want to talk to the police and was soon met by plain clothes. Sergeant Morgan Rylander. Who was in the area and picked up a signal set off by trip. Silent Alarm. Rylander identified himself as a police officer and Olson asked him if he was a high ranking. Or how important he was. Rylander said nobody offered a call one to come to the scene also allowed it going up to the second floor of the bank where the offices were open breath and where the police would start setting up a base camp as there was a back entrance on that floor. Close sprint the sea. While this happened planes closed detective inspector Enga- Mar were polled on appeared on the appleseed hoot video. A little kid with their time to get him to say popsicle you. Pop PAP sickle sickle popsicle evidence. So the second plainclothed detective. Inspector Nag Mar appeared on the second floor with the Revolver. As you do so. Even though Olsen didn't see him. Bridget a did and told the detective inspector not to shoot after engaging mar introduced himself and ordered. Olson to drop his gun. Olsen shot him in the right hand. Hashtag cocoa cocoa for allowing the officer to retreat. Rylander came back and said another officer was coming to the bank. So Olson seemed okay with US Development. So he ordered him to sit and then at gunpoint to sing a song. Oh my God yes rylander. Choose Elvis Presley's lonesome cowboy hopefully good authors note. Because Presley was American then thought Olson would like hearing tomb familiar to him. Smart. Oh but also wasn't American. He wasn't he just sounded like he was rude. Assuming people's nationality this also elvis while problematic personally. His music and his movies are like so. It's fine become a baby so pleased with the performance Molson than ordered Rylander to take everyone but the three tied up woman out of the bank in groups of two and three before ordering him to leave authors note. I am assuming rylander went off to change into a fresh pair of underwear. Sorry so police. Superintendents Fend Thir- INDER. Had arrived on the scene and was important enough for Olson to care good hair when they started. Negotiating Olsen demanded the release of Clark Olafsson a twenty six year old man who is serving a six-year sentence for armed robbery and acting as an accessory in the murder of a policeman in norrkoping penitentiary. He also asks worth three million kronor or seven hundred ten thousand American dollars authors. Don't inflation values in the twenty twenty about twenty point eight. Not You did it in the KRONERTO. I've NIEKRO owners one point. Eight million kronor or four point three million dollar to US dollars heartaches krona currency. Yeah right I WANNA go. Can I transfer all my money to Kroger's place? No don't do that. I mean you can. Would we put in the credit the credit? Do we learn about to ask you a question about the story? But you don't know continue. I don't know I know as much as you all do and I'm trying to keep a straight face read them because they're really good so you also asked for two pistols. Bulletproof vests helmets a fast getaway car and the ability to leave the bank safely with the hostages. No but okay. Later that day the police delivered Clark the ransom and even a blue Mustang with a full tank of gas to the bank but refused to let them leave with the hostages and they also provided a telephone so that everyone inside the bank could communicate with the outside world authors note. I'm excited by these. I think because all the telephones of the blunt bank already were on the second floor where the police were. Were so this one was kept on the first floor. Where Olsen Clark war so basically making sure everyone could talk to each other smart okay so once. Olson Clark reconnected in the bank. Olsen seemed a bit more at ease. He even untied the hostages although they moved everyone into the inner main fault barricaded it. The vault was near the toilets a staircase to talk to the police on the second floor and safely hidden away from snipers when he patrol the perimeter with his gun he called it. My lawyer always kept hostages close to him so that snipers surrounding the bank could never get a clean shot. Clark took on the role of good cop pretty soon after his arrival always emphasizing that everything would be fine often comforting. The woman. Well isn't he just so thoughtful but he was still working with Olsen so he was doing what he was told and running with it. A bit. During one of Clark's patrols around the bank. He founded JUNIOR BANK. Employees Spin Soft strum aged twenty five who had hidden himself in the stockroom realizing that it would be more problematic to let him go spend was told..

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Nods are in mourning for joker the villain origin story picking up the most nominations including a Best Picture nod along with borders a Ferrari the Irishman Jo Jo rabbit little women marriage story once upon a time in Hollywood parasite and nineteen seventeen up for Best Director all men Martin Scorsese for the Irishman Todd Phillips for joker Sam Mendes for nineteen seventeen when there and you know for once upon a time in Hollywood and parasites bong joon ho the Oscars will air live February ninth on ABC in for a second year in a row no host cars manages the natives in there and the debate is already heating up over this nubs Robert De Niro not nominated for the Oscar for the for the Irishman for best for Best Actor Jennifer Lopez was shut out and best supporting actress for hot slurs Aquafina was not nominated for the fare well and one of the big snubs of people are talking about right now Greta girl way was not nominated for director for little women of those years eBay screenwriting nomination you can find the whole list of Oscar nominees attended with stock calm winds used on eleven oh seven princes William and Harry today denied a UK newspaper story alleging a rift in the royal family because by Williams bullying attitude in a joint statement to see it and they said they care deeply about the issues surrounding mental health in the use of inflammatory language is offensive and potentially harmful this is Queen Elizabeth old family meeting today to discuss prince Harry and Megan's future after the couple announced a plan to step back from the royal family prince Harry prince Charles and prince William will be there Meghan Markle is in Canada is expected to phone in ABC news royal expert amid Scobey says the meeting will cover everything from security for the couple to details on how they'll make a living in times of ending money they'll be looking at the.

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Hostage

"Yon Eric Olson. Slammed down the phone. His hand still wrapped around twenty one year. Old Elizabeth Ogrin's neck just moments ago. He had been on the phone with the Prime Minister of Sweden threatening to kill Elisabet if he wasn't granted safe passage out of Stockholm doc. Home he'd threatened to kill all of his hostages twenty one year old Elizabeth Old Grin twenty-three-year-old Christine End Marc thirty-one-year-old rolled beer Gita wound. Blood and twenty five.

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Hostage

Hostage

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Hostage

"Christine and mark had moved to Stockholm with her fiance edens far north but her fiance had been offered an excellent job and was refusing are- credit bumpkin she wasn't exactly taken with the job and as time moron racing to get your mind off her personal life twenty-three-year-old Christine decided to enroll the three Christine had made friends and was beginning to enjoy the hustle and bustle of Dot Elizabeth Old Grin had a lot in common Elizabeth was also oh I isn't there then as a secretary at our parents boarding school in Uppsala and e three Elizabeth is were already on the weekend and a crayfish coworkers at the time the only thing elisabet had in common with Christine and as much as she loved her family and their quaint home in the suburb of Yuccas Berry University head common gone the former psychology student was settled into adulthood changed more than pleasantries but that changed on the morning of August twenty third that morning at exactly ten fifteen a m mustache died black he carried a canvas bag in one hand a jacket doc full of ammunition plastic explosives fuses knife rope pulled out his machine gun firing multiple rounds into the air safety rules and laughed as he howled in perfect. American accented English Oh and placed it on the teller line the counter the divided the bankers in the lobby the bank setting his sights on bookkeeper he took a length of rope from his canvas told the bookkeeper to tie them up the thirty one year old mother of two grimm terrified the bookkeeper complied looking at the women apologetically spoken promised to have one another's backs but elisabet looked cold and vacant a bit admitted that for reasons she'll never fully understand she kept thinking learning to Debra Commoner and Jillian Eagle in their essay trauma as a crisis of that we take for granted during traumatic events relying on what we think we know it come to pass she couldn't fully register what was happening in real time someone had already tripped the silent alarm local units were on the way bobby and watched as patrons and employees cowered in corners and duck for cover on a busy corner of Norman Story Square in central Stockholm while the bank and Olson had indeed missed it as far as he knew he had all the met all that was left to do was wait for police to show up assist officer to Norman Story so headed over to investigate relondo Jason was pointing a machine gun at his chest re launder took in hands up and announced he was a cop to his surprise goosen responded he clearly didn't want to waste time re launder shook his head he was later discovered he then dismissed Ra- launder who rushed to the offices upstairs the bank was quickly filling up with other low level officers. UNBEKNOWNST TO DUBBER might get jumpy re launder didn't want to see what an armed bank robber. Ingemar varssveld snuck down the stairs to the bank lobby awards Ulsan light as a feather ready to end this robbery here and now varpa felt stared at the newly minted hole in his hand fouled scurried back up the steps alerting Ulsan to the staircase here's the police were frustrated especially when Varpa fell told them that one of the hostages Ted the GITA was likely trying to preserve stasis even if she wasn't aware I went to -bility meant survival in his essay factors influencing hostage situation in any way become a threat to the hostages lives could possibly handle about the robbers threat we could do nothing he was armed.

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"We now return to our conversation with retired army Lieutenant General Mike lenton the CEO of the wounded warrior project. We open the second part of our talk with the discussion of the difficulty in outreach events, whose injuries or less physical than mental, do you ever worry that there are too many who don't recognize that they're dealing with those issues and they think of group like wounded warrior project as being there to help those who are physically wounded in battle those who may lost a limb those who were shot your purple heart recipients. Is it difficult to get that message out to those who are dealing with the scars of battle it really is? And frankly, sometimes we our own worst enemy. I mean, many of our veterans that come home that have seen and done in been part of things that the average citizen should not. See or do or be part of struggle with reaching out for help, we haven't yet as a nation, I think normalized mental health care treatment. I mean, if you were I broke broken arm today, we'd be in the ER, you know, this afternoon, and we'd be getting cared for mmediately. That's not the same with invisible wounds, especially post traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury in many times veterans that are suffering with post traumatic stress traumatic brain injury. It's kind of weird they feel like they are unworthy of going to get help because other veterans that had been shot burned, you know, have their limbs blown off or the ones that really need the care when we all know that everybody that serves should should get help when they get home. I think we're doing a better job as department of defense, VA enormou- Leising discussions about mental health brain health, but we have a long way to go reducing the obstacles and the stigma associated with seeking help. For invisible wounds certainly our priority and the top priority at the VA as well. And one of the big, big aspects of that is, you've already talked about, is the partnerships that wounded warrior project has was so many other organizations that create this kind of farther reaching umbrella to cover so many things at the project might not on its own. How do you go about finding those partners and figuring out who's going to be the right partner for your organization? Yeah. Thanks. It's a great question. I mean nobody can do it alone. And certainly what we do with about five percent of our budget every year as partner with organizations, either magnify the programs. We provide directly to wounded ill and injured service members in mental health and wellness job placement benefits counseling organizations filling the get a national military families. Sociation is one of them, they provide programming for children of wounded warriors and others. Like that, that Elizabeth Dole foundation were close partner with Elizabeth old foundation because of the work they do with. Caregivers so organizations that care for family members of wounded warriors and others that magnified, what we do are those that were most interested in partnering with and how those partnerships worked out. I mean it seems like there's so much great things. So, so many great things I should say, mowing, that was a poor sentence. But seventy great things going on wounded warrior, project is a part of that aren't even direct programs through the wounded warrior project itself. It really is. I would say one of the biggest changes of the last couple of years is the willingness of everybody in the veteran and military service organization space to work with with each other. With the government with the services and the service secretaries and their chiefs. To reach out to service members that are still in uniform or those that have recently got out to, to let them know of the benefits that are out there for them to help them transition. Whether it's GI Bill with a job placement. Whether it's mental health has health and wellness benefits counseling. Everybody's working together. Well now and we just need to keep it going. And we are definitely more effective as a group than we are trying to work in stovepipes. You talk about keeping it going, and of course, that involves adapting overcoming changing. What you see is the, the near future. And then maybe the farther out future of the wounded warrior project. The mission is certainly not going anywhere. They're going to be wounded warriors, who need assistance for the foreseeable future. So how was wounded warrior project planning to advance what you're already doing? Well, we're growing as an organization, both in terms of, of wounded veterans that are signing up for the programs we're providing and we're growing with the generosity, the American people as an organization as well and meeting that need. We survey our warriors every year this year, we have thirty five thousand respondents to our survey, they'd give us a snapshot into their lives. They tell us what's going on. They tell us the areas of greatest, and they tell us the areas of programming that have the greatest impact, we use the results of that survey to actually quickly change and drive programs for the foreseeable future for the next couple of years the areas that we have seen great need in recently is, of course, mental health keeping our warriors safe getting them connected with each other, and helping them stay resilient and, and positive optimistic. The physical health and wellness needs of our veterans continues to be an area that we are growing as our veterans of served of the last eighteen years continue to age, there needs change, especially if you have injuries or illnesses, that create mobility issues, weight gain unhealthiness. So we've adapted programming in those areas that help were your stay active and live, healthy, lifestyles, by the way, it's tough. I'm sixty years old, the body ain't getting any younger. So you can only imagine if you have a physical injury the challenges are worse face, and then jobs. I mean, the jobs. The jobs arena is a big one right now because, you know with a low unemployment rate. There are a lot of jobs out there, getting veterans into jobs that, that meet their need. I think is a is a big priority of ours and giving them the ability to work, even if they necessarily don't have to work that allow them to either work from home, or do remote, work, or stuff like that is another area that we're putting significant resources again. One thing that I've noticed, and you would fall into this category. Is that a lot of men and women who've been in that rarefied air of having a star on their shoulder? The admirals and generals, even if they go on to do whatever work in the civilian world often continue on in some capacity trying to help the veteran community. Why do you think that is after those people have given so much to the country for, you know, typically, if you get up to that rank, you're talking thirty plus years that you served somewhere around there? Why do you think that is, is that something that you're glad to see and you'd like to even see more of from the flag, general officer community? I think it's a positive. I think it's a positive thing. I think that everybody that serves whether it's one tour or my case, twenty tours thirty five years. You, you, you, you love the camaraderie, and the brotherhood sisterhood that comes with being in uniform. So when you get out, it's not that you don't want to join your community, you certainly, do my wife, and I certainly have in Florida, but we always want to stay connected to. Those with whom we served and doing so whether general general officer, or private, or a chief petty officer, it really doesn't matter. You wanna stay connected military experiences really actually in your brain. I'm I know it is with you. You remember it like like yesterday. You never forget those days. And frankly, if you even watch TV of the veterans is served in World War, Two that were on the beach, retinue Normandy. They remember those events like it was yesterday. And that was as you said, seventy five years ago. So, I think it is something that, you know, of all ranks staying connected with, with, with giving back and reaching out the fo veterans is important thing of what we do. What would you like the general public to know about wounded warrior project beyond what we've talked about now? And what would you like the veteran community to know about the availability of the wounded warrior project the programs that you offer, and then it's not just for those who were shot who were burned who were blown up lost a limb that they, you guys expand a lot farther. On that. Well, I guess the question because I was going to bring it up at the end of you, but wounded warrior project and other nonprofits, but for us we offer programming in a variety of areas. It starts with connecting events that, you know, reach out the veterans bring them together in communities and from there. Sixteen different program offerings are available for wounded veterans and their families. When I say, wounded is not just physical wounds as the emotional scars that come with being in combat post traumatic stress traumatic brain injury, depression, all that wouldn't worry project..

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Upstairs to live with other family. It was becoming more and more expensive to support to families and he discovers that under Austrian law, the time, he's eligible for generous state grant if you Dopp his own child, he calls Twenty-seven-year-old tells twenty-seven Elizabeth, he's taking lease upstairs on may nineteenth nineteen Ninety-three makes Elizabeth right? Another note threatening her and her children with punishment or death. If she doesn't cooperate, he makes her right? Dear parents, I hope that you are all healthy. You'll probably came out in your father. I got if you're forced to write this, you will probably be shocked to hear from me after all these years, and with the real live surprise, no less. I am leaving you with my little daughter. Lisa take good care of my little girl. She wrote that she was still living in the Colt with a daughter Kirsten and his son Stephan. But. Fortunately, they did not approve of having any more children. She wrote, I breastfed her for about six and a half months, and she now drinks milk from the bottle. She's a good girl. She's everything else from the spoon. I will contact you again later. I beg you not to look for me because I'm doing well, it would be useless, and I would only increase my suffering in that my children neither are too. Many children or education, desired there Elizabeth later in the morning to may nineteen Joseph, Rachel brings a cardboard box containing Lisa into his house. Carries it into living room shows mitt, Rosemary tells her she she had just found this or he just found on the doorstep. Then he reads his ups shares wife to letter Frizzell, then takes a letter to police headquarters, along with a couple of Elizabeth old school exercise books asking, if they could be compared by handwriting handwriting expert. He also requested DNA tests explaining that as the baby's grandparents he and rose Marie intend to adopt her. But I need to make sure that the baby's Elizabeth's just my gut the, the again, a how, how thought out all this. Five days later on may twenty fourth Stanton youth welfare off his grand Joseph, and Rosemary temporary custody. Lisa during a lengthy adoption process, and no.

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on Criminal

Criminal

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Criminal

"Imprison. No, it was not, you know, I don't feel guilty at all about it. Because he tried to even to use me. Then. Even then he is real shitty as Eglise stick money, hungry betrayer traitor. Year after the robbery Yang told the New Yorker, quote, I had lives for assets, what could be more valuable after he was released from prison yawn moved to Thailand and married. A woman with whom would become pen pals while he was in prison. Clarke has been back to prison many times since nineteen Seventy-three he was just released again a few months before we spoke with him for involvement and drug smuggling. The apparent friendly relationship between clerk and yawn, and the hostages was confusing to psychiatrists in the days after they were released. They continue to speak highly of the two men who kidnap them kneels Bairro said they're calm facades. Hide chaos. He came up with the term Stockholm syndrome to describe some kind of unconscious defense mechanism that bonds hostages to their captors this popular as the term is there. Still isn't much academic research on it. Some researchers have called an urban myth. When you hear the word, Stockholm syndrome. What do you think? No, I laugh every time. But and you hear it so often I was in anti-gay on my boat and met him an American there. We had some drinks we were living in my boat for week. And it has that his mother in Texas. What's what's one of the best experts on stock consistencies when she he called her? She got crazy. She wanted to come. Then I had to leave. You know, but people psychiatric encyclop- state use that term in so many ways it was not meant any does not. But it's a it's a it's a combination of everything. But if you say still consume everybody knows what it is about the hostages are connected or tied with the with rubber. And in this case, Kristen in particular did have a connection with Clark in her book. She says it's important that people know she didn't fall in love with him in the vault in the vault. She says she liked him. She trusted him. And then later, she writes, something more did developed between them you had a relationship with her that was more than friends much. We had fun like hell. Did you kiss her when you were in the volt? No, no, absolutely. Not. But I said, hey, we take that afterwards. It all happened after. So she knew what I meant. And that we did clarkin Kristen are still in touch. They're just friends. Now, he calls her KiKi over the years. Kristen has been vocal about her frustration with journalists and psychiatrists who presenters too traumatized to recognize what happened to her. She sick of the term Stockholm syndrome syndrome is a condition of illness. She said I became stamped his ill in thus not credible. She isn't the only one who felt a connection with their captors Elizabeth old grin accused the doctors of trying to brainwash away. Her regard for yawn. And Clark spin later said when yawn treated us, well, we could think of him as an emergency. God the fourth hostage. Brigada Lindblad was the first visit Clark in prison. What is it about? You. Do you think that makes women and makes people go to your side, not be afraid of you? I am a nice guy. Even if you're holding a gun, even then even then, you know, I have rubbed banks half of the Bank personnel. Don't even know that something happens. I want ever anyone's ever said. Hey, hold on stop telling everyone else through the bad guy. You're the bad guy. No. I never heard. I never heard a person say one bad word in my ears in my life. Never what judges say to you. Now when you get in trouble. They don't like me this only place one of the few places. I should not be because they think arrogant son of a bitch where the better to tude, and he doesn't care. That's what I know that and we will teach him a lesson. And that they do are you an arrogant son of a bitch. The people recognize you now like me, and it always ends with almost kissing handshakes. And and they start now they start my father. He was. They are in there when you robbed after that Bank. And he tried to take you all kinds of stories. Everybody has a story, and you want Taurus viewing the old Bank. What he wants a group of tourists viewing? What did you do? I heard him. He was telling the story what happened inside of the Bank. And I went into the group. It was twenty thirty Americans and say, hey, no, no, no. This is not what happened. He thought that was an idiot normal guy from. But the group the some of the people in the group they start to believe understand. So that Google when there were standing there, and in the end, you know, he understood it was me. And he was he even let him talk to kicking. They also in telepho-. He's he's day was done. I promise you. Looking back on it. All now Clark told us that he was never nervous in that Bank. He says he always knew that it would all work out. He said, it was a joyful period. I had fun. Criminalist

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on Criminal

Criminal

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Criminal

"How did you get from the prison to the Bank polices scored? Oh, the way, but the police were instructed not to take Clark inside the Bank just to bring him. So that yawn could see he was there. Vit- United minister of Justice, absolutely forbid them to bring me inside the back only to the back and use me as bargaining chip. But you know, the communication among the policemen inside the Bank was so bad. So when I came down the stairs. One policeman thought I should never be able to go in the other one he was to rescue. So I jumped so I jumped over there, why did you want to get in that Bank? You know, I know the Swedish system, I know the sweetest mentality and nine hundred seventy three it was a very soft. Nice. Human country. They should never shoot any sausage. They should never shoot even a Bank robber nine hundred and seventy three it was that and that I was playing along with. So I jumped over them. When Clark cut inside the Bank. He saw that yawn had taken three hostages and tied them up. I calm the situation immediately. I was joking with them untie everybody. Make order kick out of the police in the Bank and then start negotiate were they terrified. What what did they look like when I came? They were terrified after five minutes ever could. I said, hey, take Jesse see we're going to fix this. He was calming amateur everything down. He said, you can't have the girls tied up like this tie them loose. Kristen and Mark was one of the hostages. She was twenty three years old at the time. Here's what she told the podcast memory motel in two thousand sixteen. A think Mian and only artists were very I was very glad that because the situation became totally different in her memoir. Much isn't translated into English Kristen end Mark describes in Clark for the first time. She says he was quote a mix between shake with our NG's. She was very sweet she was looking anxiously when I came and she looks very grateful when I cut her ropes and everything and then we became very very near. She was very very very sweet girl. She was twenty two years old. And I like. Was she scared of you at I ju-, she was care for everything. But after one minutes, she felt better. She still thinks that saved your life. Kristen writes in her book, he talked to us fix things after untying the hostages one of the first things Clark says he did was walk around the main banking floor to make sure that no police had gotten inside. He didn't find any police, but he did find a Bank employee hiding in a closet. His name was fenced off strum and it became their fourth hostage. Meanwhile, the entire country was watching it was Sweden's first televised crime and was being broadcast all over the country. They called it. The Bank drama Swedish citizens called the police to offer suggestions, especially elderly women who suggested things like a concert of religious songs to soften the Bank robbers. Resolve someone suggested putting bees inside the Bank, sending them in through the air vents. So that everyone would have to come running outside a third caller proposed putting soap all over the Bank floor. So the robbers would slip fall and be easily arrested. The hostages had asked to make phone calls to their families. They asked for tampons Clark made these things part of the negotiation. Everytime. Police did something has I look the best is what they do against you. I gonna take care of it. So, you know, the sympathy came slowly over to my side. See you were able to take these small little things at the police weren't doing and say, hey, I'm gonna get this for you. Sure. This was the plan, and they had no interest to talk to the hostage to be nice to them or to comfortable. We did I did clarkin Jahn took the hostages into the banks small windowless vault. The volts ceilings were low one of the hostages Elizabeth old. Grin was feeling claustrophobic yon tied a rope around her neck, and let her step outside of the volt to get some air. They divided up food equally. Slicing pairs to make sure there was enough for everyone. Kristen says she said a bed next to the door to be near Clark in this situation. And there comes a man who says can sit beside me going to protect you. And let us nothing to lose. I can't say that at fail-safe because that's not the word, but he meant much to me, and I explained to the system the mentality and Sweden how the police thinking how the politicians absolutely them how they were thinking these conversations men a law to Kristen she felt like Clark cared about her and that the police and the Swedish politicians were only focused on resting clarkin yawn and more worried about the safety of the hostages. I also von was the Rick demand. I think they maybe they could listen to what I wanted the hostages were giving phone interviews to reporters all over the world. Not only saying that they were. Okay. But that they wanted the police to back off Kristen told the New York Times why can't they let the boys drive off with us in the car and cold all newspapers all television stations. Just to be sure that nobody could say we had to because they are the injuries, and they are so and so so the hostages were being quoted in newspapers they were they were calming. They were letting the public know that they were. Okay. You're you're not even not only that they said, we are not afraid of the rubbers. We prayed the place. And they believed it. Were you manipulating them? Or did you care about them? I cared about him. And it was mitt manipulative and very much because for the sage not for the just for fun for the sake, and it should be much more safe. If we if we playing for the same team because then we don't need to watch out something they were watching. So they were their own gods. Kristin. And Marc spoke to the Swedish prime minister on the telephone. They talked for nearly an hour. It was recorded. She said, I think you're sitting there playing checkers with our lives. I fully trust Clark in the robber. They haven't done a thing to us. What I'm scared of is that the police will attack and cause us to die.

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:06 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everything thinks ladies for helping out today. Jason is still on the men he is recovering from my gosh. She's been sick for it seems like two years. Oh my gosh. You can see all of his health updates on his Instagram. Actually keeps you updated and explains what's going on. He basically was coughing so violently that. He just like sprained his his side. There could barely move. I I believe it's like an old timey thing like pleurisy, which I've had before you get bronchitis. This is an old timey thing that before we had medicine Elizabeth old-timey it is it's like back in little house on the prairie days. When people used to get pleurisy because they didn't have medication and antibiotics, and so you cough, so hard that part of the lining of your lungs sort of separates, it feels like knives in your chest. No, it's true. And it's cold pleurisy. And that happens whenever you're not you can't ever get. Well, so I think that's what happened him. I'm no doctor. But it sounds similar to something that happened to me and he had to go to the ER. It was just awful for him. So he is taking some time off which he should because you're never going to get. Well. No, no. And I know it was tough timing because Alexis is on her trip to Puerto Rico fabulous. And in Donald like, hey. So if the traffic's a little weird, I apologize. I'm trying to do lots of different things here and thank goodness for Sanni because without her. I wouldn't be able to run the board over there and do all of this is beautifully beautiful and Sanni. I just looked at your Twitter. Profile. These pictures are like the hottest thing ever. I've seen you. And I've met you. And I always I think you're stunning and beautiful. And you're also like a supermodel he takes a really good picture. Woody CEO clean up. Well. Goodness. Follow her Cutie booty CEO on Twitter, Instagram, Elizabeth three on Instagram. And what's your Instagram? You'll is racist. Instagram, someone else had Elizabeth Ries might go to their house and knock on the door. And. I'm the real Elizabeth Ries on Twitter. Elyse Reese on Instagram. And that's where I mean Sony has like super hot pictures have chicken pictures. That way you will have a mix of a bunch of weird stuff. So I'm Donnie Darko on both Twitter and Instagram. So we're going to get down to business here. This is where we try to find love people Email each week. Asking me, listen, I went out with this person or ghosting me. I can't really figure out what's happening because I thought the date went well, and that's basically what's going on right now. We're talking to a guy named Aaron today. The on the phone with us. Yes. I got. I got him on the phone. Okay. Great. Hey, Aaron how you doing? Hey, good morning. Good morning. And I know that you usually listen to the show would Jason and Alexis there, obviously you heard why they're not here. But hopefully, we can help you out today. Can you tell us your story, and what's going on with you? Now, I'd like to you know, I'm I'm the guy on electron attorney. Be a better person be more mature be more financially stable. Okay. So obviously, I'm a guy to watch football on Sunday. So, you know. So that's just like, you know, that's like my dates relaxes on Sunday. So. You know, I I went on this date. This was back in like like last year like mid-november like, you know, a couple months ago. We met at the sports bar, and I was taking care of my friends because it was a Sunday and all that and. And I was apologizing for their age. Yeah. Some friends, but like. He really likes stood out to me. Out of all the friends and click really Sweden lucky enough that I got talked to her and I asked her on a date. I'm so glad that we got a chance to get rid of that environment. Everybody. I got this down with her. Got to really get to know, you know. Playboy guy. But now, I'm really looking for somebody like settle down and. Like, I said, I am working for the last five six years car car salesman. That's a tough job. I I know car salesman in the pressure that you guys have to get your numbers and sell those cars, you gotta have time to unwind and have a real relationship. I'm looking. Somebody that can be you know, a guy. And I think. You know? Up in. I think I'm really finally commit to somebody. You know? Okay. And and from what I remember from your Email. You're you're twenty eight right. Are you are you twenty eight twenty eight. Yeah. So you went through this playboy period probably of like partying and getting all of that out of your system. Yeah. You know college. Yeah. Gotcha. Okay. So you met this girl, and what's her name again? Okay, Kerry, and you met her at the sports bra bar, and you asked her out the sports bra. Good name for the sports. Better at the sports bar. And then you asked her out what what happened on your date? With an awesome date. After dinner we called. Scooting stable. Yeah. Okay. Everybody. That's the restaurant. Yeah. It's the place to go. You did. Well, my friend really good first date spot. Yeah..

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Around the NFL

"It is. Poor has more like potential to make insane plays than almost anyone that's entered the league's Arctic like like Siri made me Michael Vick and Aaron Rodgers. As I, your starters who are just going to dominate, like highlights, you know, on the weekends. Do you wanna let's have you read it. I want you to read it. Best to get through that point anymore. He it was the Queen, the Queen Elizabeth old af award, and I'll give that to Adam venit Terry would have to to get it. You know, it's like Tom Brady. We're just thought that's what I wrote. But you ended to Tom Brady Queen Elizabeth. He's old but respected too great order. And it's a great award. He barely like can movies Queen Elizabeth respected, yes or no of cools. He's gonna put otherwise on a public show. No test of your allegiance, your name, besmirched. The workers of there's a lot of candidates where a lot of people old af in the NFL drew Brees would be another. I'll throw at one one here. I just thinking, how about the like bandwagon? We're going to claim this team after all award. It's it's after Andy Murray, how this country really tried to claim the Scotsman even though they had it mixed feeling about him for a while. But once you start win, some esoteric, Tim suck. I mean that he's a pretty big sports star. So they claim them even though he's he's Scottish how about Los Angeles claiming the chargers when they get the number one seed in the AFC and people just start jumping the board and be like, all right, let's just do it. This is the most fun I ever. Let's just jump on board and how about Los Angeles being the center of the pro football universe with two of the best teams in the league, I think would be a major upset if the chargers become a big thing in. Angeles that leads to massive tickets. The only thing that could bail the chargers out of a very uncomfortable situation that they chose to put themselves in by the way which is being playing in a city that doesn't necessarily want them is to win. And if they put together like a twelve and four, the city will definitely there will be a bandwagon building. I don't know, but they weren't by the way they weren't bad last year. No, no. But I don't think they started. Oh and four. I mean, that's a tough way to down. I've lived here for like ten years now. I just I don't know if chargers fever is going to get this town. Records. The reason they struggled last year in this town in Las. But I already know enforce certainly didn't didn't help, then I know it didn't help in the way that they did it. I do think though maybe not even so much the local fans in LA catching aboard. But if you have a situation where the Rams and the chargers are both teams that are getting buys or competing for buys, there's gonna be a lot of like, ooh, Los in. You know, a lot of like kind of combining them together in terms of national stories that like, you know, the NFL wasn't even there years ago. Now it's the center of the, you know where they unit when the Rams and raiders were both here, Tim Brown. When he went into the hall of fame, talked about returning a kickoff in his rookie season in the Coliseum, getting to the end zone and having it be completely empty. Los Angeles is not a two football team town. It absolutely is not Harry styles. Flirt award, very uniform to. Yeah, Harry style tease award and our just it goes to the chargers. Who's Harry stop? You guys get. You're gonna. You don't know how styles now, it sounds like I made up. You know how the four of us were doing photo shoot out there. Well, it's, it's, it's not unlike one direction doing a photo shooting when they were when they were launching. Do you know who wonder action? It sounds like a British boy band. He's like the star. They're not. It doesn't matter the chargers. The chargers are tease you. You're going to get sucked in Greg, and then they're going to drop another nine and seven on your head and you're going to be mad. It's it's the raiders who should have moved to Los Angeles. Can we agree with that? I mean this, this whole chargers to l..

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"To you and now that the wrappings are offer what do you do with all those bows and paper odds more complicated than you think elizabeth we of usa today is here to help elizabeth what's wrong with checking all that paper in the garbage for you can target in a garbage you can't record in the region cycling pat the issue and what's the problem with putting it in in recycling the recycling move that we do in the united states a large proportion of it we end up failing up and choline could a chinese who actually then turn it into cardboard that comes back to us because of what they said that we buy from them back to attend so the chinese are trying to clean up there we cycling industry i'm they're trying to get away from little mom and pop factories and they wanna get to bigger more modern factories and do that they need leaner he cleaner waste stream if the phrase when you start talking to trash people that they use of the chinese are going down to a one percent and they may even go down as low as 5 percent uh non complaint materials awhile in those bills of paper that we sell them and what that means is that you the trash company that picks up my trash and the picks up your trash and that take some of that out for recycling he's going to have to start paying more to recycle sent material in so whether you're recycling because you think it's good for the earth from because your recycling just because you don't want your crash pills to go up for you want to keep stuff on the planned sale christmas morning when you're cleaning up everything there is a couple of simple things you can do that are going to keep the waste stream cleaner elizabeth old where we always sending our recycling to china or is this a fairly new development we can do her her a fairly long time uh it there's there's a lot of interesting moving parts to this so when we started recycling in earnest in the us in the '70s and '80s on some of that.

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"elizabeth old" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:28 min | 4 years ago

"elizabeth old" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

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