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"elsey" Discussed on Mere Mortals Book Reviews

Mere Mortals Book Reviews

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"elsey" Discussed on Mere Mortals Book Reviews

"What was ozzie. Bush like becker. Hundred years ago these rinky dink recollections can answer that question. Welcome in to another brand. The book reviews monday. Ms car and i do book reviews for those who want to transcend beyond their own meal. Metality who want to learn something new and interesting. Today is a little bit of a special one. I'm kicking off an month. Ozzy book reviews and what better way to start. Then with we of the never never and the little black princess by mrs gun. These actually two separate stories that were published but i have version here which is blended the two together and put them into one books. Are you getting a two for the price of one for this book. Review the first we of the never never was actually published late so this is published in one thousand nine hundred and the other one. The little black princess was published in nineteen nine five but is sequentially in order. We of the never never actually comes first as i hinted at in the intro. These recollections of mrs guns time in the bush so actually lived in the northern territory during the early nineteen hundreds where she went out to one of the cattle stations there in particular out the elsey cattle station. Both of these stories are of her time in this area in the deep remote bush of the northern territory. We've never starts off with her in darwin..

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"elsey" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

07:02 min | 6 months ago

"elsey" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Because you deserve what's right. What's right bergman. Alright sodano wizards head coach. Scott brooks was rookie on the philadelphia. Seventy sixers in nineteen eighty eight on. That team was the one and only charles barkley brooks was looking for a place to live and barkley said to him. Why don't you stay with me for a while. And they're roommates for a while they didn't say how long but is this a big deal or no big deal. I mean You know 'cause not. Everybody is as coolest charles right. And i know people love draws and people don't like charles you said it was on his mind but i feel like if there's one thing you know about charles elsey is that he is a very altruistic type of person he is a giver and like there's not any time okay that you talk to anybody around the league and even beyond sports that will tell you that if you even just meet charles barkley more times than not you find yourself whether it's at a bar restaurant when you get that check already been paid for. I just got one thing to say. Charles burke is a good do and i'm not just saying because he's been good to me though he's always been good to me always even when we disagree but he says some things that i was trying to think what the subject matter was but i know is dealing with race relations and i had to go on television to comment on it as so i hit up charles i because i told her mouth like because that's how much respect half form i say. Hey what's up so z. Can wrap real quick and we talked about. And i was going to say before i said it because i have so much respect for them so nothing but a good dude. I'm not shocked at all that he did that for the rook. And i'm sure if you keep digging they'll be other rooks or other people in similar situations that he just quantity came through for no question about it. What's next greg arles beck in nineteen ninety-two kurt cobain. Who we're talking about nirvana earlier today go on. That's exactly what it sounds like. Made a sketch of himself while playing the guitar. With the words. Kurt cobaine rockstar. And i don't know how to play. And i don't give a hoot. It's sold at auction for two hundred. Eighty one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. Is this a big deal or no deal. How old was he when he did that. Drawing in nineteen ninety-two. Oh in ninety two did the man and it's over two hundred eighty one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars laura going get. Them clipper tickets girl. The world is upside down as well. You know what. I love me some prance. I have to be making stupid. Open crazy my not the kinda money that i go to sugar as house a forty six five and just pay cash kinda money before i think about buying some drawing two hundred thousand dollars that space says. I can't play this instrument like i not doing that. That's crazy. yeah no deal for me. Like i'm just like that's now. Listen congrats to the person who that feels worthy to something. I would if you're going to tell me it's like some sort of guitar e ad or maybe you know like i understand that more right like some sort of collector's item like that than just random drawing. But it wasn't courtney oh all right. Yeah what's ex crip. All right sodano. A woman on tiktok bought some tables and dressers at a goodwill in the drawer. She said she found it. Crumpled up piece of paper that had her sister and her mother's phone numbers from fifteen years ago on it and their names is finding something like this at goodwill a big deal or no deal big deal for small scary right like i wonder like. Who'd like can you even research where that desk came from. And how many. I mean and that's weird as eerie. I don't know that. I don't know i guess the big deal because it's eerie. That's like my only reaction but irian weird is my reaction to that. I mean that sounds like some devil stuff to me. I'm like abbie trying to get like an exactly. I would not know it as annabel right then desk form. I would not be new at the has gone chuckie desk gone return. Yeah exactly right laura. How weird is that. How yeah man. And you know i would be throwing like holy water on that It would be on the side of my street seigneur nor wouldn't be on my street girl. I was dropping off around a corner somewhere. I want to know the person who gives it out. I want a clear conscience later. What's next greg. L. patriots cornerback. Stefan gilmore is sitting out mandatory minicamp while he tries to get a new contract. Jalen ramsey is noticing. He tweeted gilmore yesterday. Yo what's good my dog. And mookie betts got traded from boston to la. That was nice. What do you think is ramsey. Recruiting gilmore a big deal or no deal no deal rams and recruited by half the league. Already yeah i mean how many people here hit up to sean kid. Up diddy hitter. Julio jones i mean he's almost like a laker fans to a mad about as paul the way he's hitting up about though i'm this as a it's not a big deal man. He just you know he just enjoying life. Yeah i'm gonna say no deal as well He is You know he's got his own thing. And i m. I'd be trying to recruit everybody to accept. I'll just be trying to recruit them. I wouldn't put on social. I would just hit them up straight up. Yeah yeah like. I'll tell you this i can't tell you names because i don't want it to get you know aggregated or whatever but like i know. Nba players were hitting up dame. Oh god yeah i mean. I know br. I'm hitting up dame me last segment but i know nba players. Ed of course man. Of course you're right and by the way it's always been like that. This is a new yeah for superstars. Yes but for just general recruiting of players. Now this is happening for years. Yep i agree. I agree i that is big deal or no deal. Don't forget it's a big deal to get into a car accidents. 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"elsey" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

07:07 min | 6 months ago

"elsey" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"You. That's on you. You're gee just need some pages. I can see if it was worth it. I mean it was george. Do yourself a favor. Never ever ever ever ever never get divorced. Never get divorced because that will that will take its toll as over. Looks pretty happy to me. Yeah he looks fine One hundred twenty billion. I think if you're ultra-wealthy like that and you're like okay. Here's a check for two hundred and fifty million or you know in that case gold club so wasn't a platinum so now maybe time now that you're only in the goal. Yeah yeah. I don't think i i don't think marriott points Would be worth it to be honest with you. I don't wanna have to split my marriott points in yeah so so anyway Real quick. I thought today was national. Best friend's day. Oh that's nice at. I said during the meeting today. I'm like i guess that's something that's probably just not when you're like twelve and laura took offense to that very quickly right. I asked her to. Please stop laura. i'm with you. I wanted you to know this. When george said that cap national best friend day is stupid. Like a bunch of twelve year olds i was like hey i still say best friend all the time you know. I don't have a problem with national best friend day. What was the problem in all. Seriousness like that was kind of an exaggeration. But i would say at least outside of high school. that's it. i still use it still today. No way i'm promise you. I have my my best best best friend from when we were twelve. Thirteen years old my longest lasting friend. I still refer to him as my best friend. You know all the time absolutely really. I feel like what you get to a certain age like you know. They just like not. Men's is my board that person who is your best friend growing. Do your best friend. I think if you shift best friends as an adult then that stops but if the person who was your best friend growing up or around growing up is still your best friend. They don't lose the title just because you got older in fact the title becomes important. Because if i were to say to somebody hey george. L z. Let me introduce you to my bff. I want you to realize that. I'm introducing you somebody that i'm giving that title to whereas if i said hey george l z. I want you to meet my boy. You would know that he's my boy but you wouldn't know he's my bff. Soon now now. Laura has taken exception with something. You said cap i do not say. Bff yeah that that needs to stop. I mean how old are you have a long time ago like gabby f f is when i was thirteen fourteen or so. Let me get this straight. Bff is no good but best friend is i. Yes okay okay. Hey george l z. This is my best best best friend man in my best friend my life twelve years old. My whole life is my best friend on the other hand. Yo george elsey is my boy. I'm gonna different. I want to open up to the phone. And i want men women to call in and i just want like still a thing like you refer to. Someone is your best friend as a grown ass person like. I don't know i don't do that. We're here. It's your best friend growing up still your best friend today. I mean yeah. We're still great friends. I mean we don't live in the city but we don't we don't cap best friend l. I'm talking like the person that you call. That's number one. Hey i got something going on in my life and there's one person i gotta talk to about it. Is that still the same guy girl from when you were ten eleven years old and ideally i mean i say it i. I'm not saying. I didn't have to be sad but i say it all the time that my husband's my best friend. Yeah i was. Just i mean yeah if i have something going on like the first person i tell us my wife you know so that that is the thing like and it doesn't mean i don't tell other people You know what i'm saying. But but if draft does she think monogamous in this telling the story gets is always first. She's i yeah. I mean she's here. You know what i mean like. We're we're close proximity with each other. We're married you know what i mean. Like she's ninety nine point nine percent of the time she's gonna be the first person i tell. Are you her best friend. She hawaii also. Yeah she definitely has girlfriend. She has childhood. She has childhood friends. You're talking about one of those guys. Have one of those i. I have childhood friends friends that i've been friends with for thirty something years but i i don't i don't know we chat on whatsapp all the time. You know what i mean like. I don't. I don't know if i'm like specifically like we lean on each other for a lot of stuff but i don't even know i don't even call it many people anymore like honestly l z. You've got a couple of people that to this day. Are you know thirty plus year. Oh brother for life kind of rape plus years. I'm i'm in the forty plus years range with a couple of relationships Because they know the rule that it takes to get in. I i'm just. I'm just a guarded person. Naturally born she ran the keys now he mess. How get kicked out. And you're getting more keys but if you don't ever mess up the house you can stay there indefinitely right show. And that's where kyle has been caught on. i've been we've been boys since. I wanna say third grade and that's awesome when my son was getting ready to go to college at nyu. I said sure. No hesitation whatsoever. Because kyle was an administrator at nyu. And i knew. I could trust kyle to look after my boy so i i you know. That's fran all time. That's my boy. That's my dog. I have other friends who also are very very close to me. But when you when i think about that conversation in the entirety of my life like you know right listen i give you another example of you get a little older and you get lucky if you have super close friends that you really can rely on. That are long term relationships because my best friend is my best friend my whole life but if you told me i was hanging by cliff and i had to have one person reach over the cliff and hang on to me. It ain't the same guy you know is not the same guy. Different set of skills a bunch of friends from back in the day like they're all from most of my friends are actually from and But i don't consider them my best friend anymore. They're they're my brothers like they're no agreed yet. Once i agree you yes. They are family now dan. They're like they're like family. That's a great way to describe it. Yes family that. I've chosen to designate them with the best friend tag. No yeah it's like. I go over to My i guess view tag them brother or tagamet. Spring is still no. I'm just saying like you're my brother or my sister. Like i have a married couple..

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"elsey" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

03:27 min | 7 months ago

"elsey" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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"elsey" Discussed on Cuz Black Girls Podcast

Cuz Black Girls Podcast

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"elsey" Discussed on Cuz Black Girls Podcast

"Now Talk. Helpful But will you have someone who is skilled and trained in how to help? Your own. House and not tell you what you need to do. But the help d what you need to do and it's more geared T- because now you figured it out and it means more. Hi everybody was on episode of the Catholic Girls Podcasts on today's show we have Channa Fred Johnson. And she is a former councillor we years where it means with children and adults with mental health issues after dealing with her own episodes, our own struggles of anxiety and depression Jennifer, this led Jennifer. To seek an attend a bachelor's degree in psychology from Florida, a and M University followed by master's degree in counseling. Currently, she is a CEO Arroyo kingdom enterprise. Elsey offers workshops to schools and community organizations on topics around mental wellness. Hi, Jennifer, how are you? Hi, I'm great. How are you? I'm good. Jennifer is our first ever skype in guests so It's exciting. It's exciting. So Jennifer. This is part two. The theory that I'm doing about mental health I think is super important for our community to start the conversation and the work needed around mental health issues and not feel so ashamed and tabooed. UVA and know that it's not our fault a lot of times and now there are things that we can do to get better to be better to encourage others to get. So the first The first reporting that we did was with someone named Tiffany, my friend, and she spoke about children and mental health and children, and how to seek help how to look for these signs that your child may need help or how to be okay with saying you're not crazy or nothing's wrong with you but let's get you to who you are. So. Now, you and I really going to focus on that a little bit too definitely the adult portion of it and. As I said before you dealt with. Depression also dealt with depression and jazz like being okay to say I'm not okay and just give some your experience and will guide you to this point abandoned to advocate. Well. I was originally diagnosed with anxiety and depression when I was seventeen a, it's been about twenty years now. And for me. I always knew something was different I knew I was different..

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"elsey" Discussed on Previously, on...

Previously, on...

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"elsey" Discussed on Previously, on...

"Routine inside his hiney stylized yet minimalist how it goes to milk to his teeth at struggles shaking hands that spill the milk come to the table top a mirror on wall blinks into life and a woman appears she tells. James he's got a visit. William James is pleased to say and we understand it in a while William Informs James The observation period almost ova but that most of the Baseline James tells him to get on with it then but we'll reveal. They says the James's handshakes talks he asks if James knows wary isn't how long he's been there with whitening patients. James offers emphasis and ask the purpose of the QNA fidelity and says well James's skeptical that afterwards. They have this exact same conversation. But we'll hands on a piece of paper that has changed is faces washed with dawning realization. Out in the puck the money black and Lawrence Rick Kemp. They find a workforce laying railroad tracks. The fairly usual side takes a sudden. Don't when moneybag notes is the new tracks being laid over the top of the bodies of captured and Kill Hostages. Man in black reveals. The trucks are headed in a different direction to the one expected and believe Ford is planning a reunion Florence with his family elsewhere. Clementine DRAGS UNCONSCIOUS. Benard to a cave leaving him as he wakes at his entrance in ties his legs takes the rifle left by Clem and heads toward the opening inside he finds Elsie. Still Alive and cup -solutely furious she shackled by metal clements or ankle and Benard shoots the lock elsie bolts grabs the gun and pointed at him revealing he choked droughts and left there with just a few protein boss but claims it was forty. Made him do it. Then reveals the current state of chaos in the park with the hosts having gone he. Pleads begins to shake managing to convince at the he's host himself she's understandably shocked at the revelation and needing to understand what's wrong with him puts him out in a flashback on recalls visions from the lab where drones collected. Dna tied Benard Wakes and Elsie reveals. He needs colds flu. If he's to last much longer she turns to leave but he calls a back. He makes understand that until de las cool. Guess what it needs from the Paul. Nobody's coming to the rescue. Suddenly Benard Remembers. He's been to the cave before. There's a facility. Here he tells Elsie Back Inside. He finds a hidden door and the parents or secret lab very similar to the one hand. Shala Hale found refuge in a couple of episodes ago technicians loy dead in saw the lap killed him brutal fashion surviving drone host approaches an LLC kills it Banal tells. Everything's the drones were watching. The guests begins to malfunction. Elsie questions if Ford is controlling him now is told. Ford is dead. She begins to work quickly. Malfunctioning Benard at a ghost nation camp. We say a number of guests and Dell's personnel prisoners including Ashley and Emily. He tells you the Ghost nation only killing hosts not humans that a rescue operation will get her out of that however she reveals. She's not looking to get out of their men in black and Lawrence of arrived back in Lawrence his old home village. The place is deserted that takes Sita's saw the local bar and a man emerges to take their order whiskey. He returns and pours the drinks with scared shaking hands as the Paris. Suddenly surrounded and outgunned craddock last seen being betrayed by dolores than freed by Teddy at the folds hold his shotgun to the money blacks neck before he can respond but in black and Lawrence led to a church where inside the pews taken by terrified hostages including Lawrence's wife and daughter credit demands. These men are given food mammo for their journey and asks to speak to a village elder to broke the Dale an elderly champ steps forward and his instantly gunned down by critic who declares. There'll be no deals at all. He orders the captives to give up their stash of weapons and Supplies Lawrence whispers to men in black that assumes he gets that Info they're all dead anyway. He then tells many glad that the stashes in an unmarked grave and drew up a plan to fight back escape with the Info on board the men in black standing reveals the stash location to credit. As part of the deal he tells critic he knows something can lead into the place coop lory. We're back in the home of James. Dallas he's dancing light night what he's watching. When he catches himself in Maryland stops to observe his face. William Arrives in the pad run through the same compensation it had previously would. Would we cut to Jane? Skepticism will hands in the paper. And we say it's a script that conversation changes truly astounded. I take it. I didn't recover asks afraid. No answers will who reveals. It's been seven years. Since James Dallas passed away James Excitedly teller will to let him out in the real world against his wife his advice out of the question. He's totally. His wife died of a stroke. He asked about his daughter and granddaughter at his that fine. We'll says James Commonly yesterday need further observation. James begins to glitch will says he'll come back tomorrow as he leaves. We see James is simply a room and saw a lab will. Green is the order. J. Terminated on the room fills with flames back in the village of the damned critic. Happy with the stash that they found particularly the whiskey the shaky ball attendees spill little so credit tormented by placing a filled shot glass on the back of the scared. Men's Hamden having him walk. He manages it without spilling a drop. Socratic shoots him anyway. Back with the ghost nation. The captives are being led through the night and the native language. Emily asks whether going and his cryptically told he will decide. They stopped before menacing-looking warrick would cheetah remember him from the meeting with Logan? The captives have forced to their knees but emily manages to slip her binds grab a flaming torch drop warriors and legged into the night. Another warrior holds enough to actually throat before he can react. Aca Cheetah whispers in his ear. Yanni live as long as the last person who remission back in the lab Benard sits up after being repelled by Elsie. She's looking at data. She doesn't recognize but Benard says he's seen this sort of encryption before impeach Robin A-this head hiding something much. Bigger Benard seems to remember being in the lab previously been struggles to remember. Elsie notes that his memories are drifting leaving him unsure as to where they fit in his timeline. As another flashback of being the lab recently but again count remember. Why how every does room. But what the drone hosts were up to before we can explain to Elsie. Abang alerts to Adore Benard insists you'll even allowed but realizes he's not actually there with her. He tries to remember what was being made in the lab behind him will not is a little confusing. Elsie shoots the lock acts the village we go in a scene reminiscent of a little country villages across the world. Lawrence is being beaten up by group of Manasseh. The local pub inside critic talks the money black. Who SAYS THEY'RE WASTING TIME CRAIG REVEALS IN-DEPTH? Go Way back. He dances with Lawrence's wife has a terry door to watch sent back to death. Spitting bruised and broken. Lawrence's out in the right and chronic tells his wife to take him a drink handing her filled shot glass. The minden black remembers a scene of running up some steps to an Iowa flowing bathtub filled with blood. He says credit doesn't know death toll as didn't recognize him sitting from him this whole time. He leaps into action stopping critic in the neck with a broken bottle before taking out the other men with his gun he gives credit card shot of nitroglycerin and Hans Lawrence a rifle chronic shot and explodes in spectacular fashion. Finally Knowing Death James Dallas has visited to is how you come lab experiment. Would he walks at his side. Which older he has the face. We now night batteries. The man in black who you exchanges when he realizes it's William understands. It didn't recover from his illness. Despite the passage of time they realize the same compensation is always James's told his suffering from cognitive plaza. Where after a few days? He's mindful support. This one hundred and forty ninth time. We brought you back William telling him he's now on day thirty five but he's still looking to fail. He says the project was a mistake is nobody's mentally forever. James's told his daughter will's wife. Juliet killed herself. James Desperately calls for Logan but he's told his son died from an overdose years earlier. William leaves notice chase to be kept alive to observe his degradation and Elsie are on the other side of the door and the secret lab. They approach cautiously enter a room. And it's with deputy is James Dallas's room. The technician older to watch. The degradation is dead. James himself his bloodied and battered but still active albeit quite insane. Elsey held a rifle at him. He approaches she fires but misses Benneton. James fight with Benard getting the better off in. They put James. Out of his misery by night in the room in flames as they leave. Elsie realizes what Dallas is really after him why they need Abernathy. Recovered Bernard remembers why four previously sent into the lab to print a control. Unit for another huma cannot remember who the money black prepares to ride. House again is off. Admit by lawrence before he leaves Lawrence his daughter approaches men in black but the message from Ford. Not Remember no who you always him. One good date doesn't change that she tells him he doesn't understand the game. They're playing and that if he's looking forward he's looking in the wrong direction. The door to retention Oland Hugs Father Lawrence could by the group ride for the horizon but men in black notices another royd reproaching a woman. Emily My Dad. She says thanks hope is previously is presented by Jamie doors to Jewish success. Got.

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"elsey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

06:13 min | 2 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

"It's difficult to believe in things. We cannot see and sure there are are exceptions like gravity or the wind but we can anchor our belief in them on the way that they affect the world around us other things though are a lot more difficult to believe in unless unless of course we managed to capture them on film Elsie and Francis were cousins Francis and her mother had come to cuttingly a small village in northern England to live with Francis. Aunts in nineteen seventeen. Elsie was a bit older than her nine year. Old Cousin but the too often played together in a stream close to the property when the girls return to the house they usually came back wet and with muddy feet however they also came back with the reason for their frequent trips to the water they were playing with the ferries. Their mothers didn't believe them. Of course but Elsie was determined to show them the truth with her father's camera in hand. The girls trudged back down to the stream dream half an hour later they returned with that proof. Elsie gave her father back his camera and he developed the photographic plates in his private dark room. The photo oh depicted Francis half hidden behind Bush. As four fairies hovered in the foreground Chelsea's father thought it was a joke. Another photo was taken a few months later. And this time Elsie Elsey was in front of the camera and she had her hand extended to nome nor more than a foot tall. Her father still wrote the photograph office a Prank but her mother polly believe them to be true. Berries were a hot topic back. Then as was the field of a cultism. Holly attended a meeting in Nineteen nineteen of the THEA- Sophal L. Society which believed in a secret of group of spiritual masters who were more evolved than everyone else. These masters were smarter lived longer and could even read minds you. The meeting. That polly attended was about ferry life and after it was over. She showed her daughter's photos to the speaker from there. They quickly went public. They were viewed. You'd as proof of the girls higher evolution since they had manifested the ferries to such a degree that they could be photographed by common camera. One of the leaders ters of society. Edward Gardner sent in both the photos and the original photographic plates to an expert who concluded that they were indeed authentic. The ferries these were not paper cutouts as Elsie. Spotter had originally assumed Gardner continued to use the photographs in his talks and sold prince of them in his lectures. Eventually they they were noticed by another philosophist Sir Arthur CONAN doyle the celebrated author behind the most famous detective in the world. Sherlock Holmes Doyle was was working on a piece about fairies for the Strand magazine when he learned of the photographs he wrote to Elsie and her father and offered to pay for use of them in his article or father other it was only too happy to oblige but refuse to accept payments. He believed the photos should remain pure or the benefits of the public. Of course. The photos were subjected acted to more scrutiny. This time under the expert I of the Kodak Company who determined that they had not been doctored however there was no way to determine whether the fairies posing with Francis Hansa were real other experts. Attempted to debunk. The photos. As fake Gardner shrugged them off as biased opinions by nonbelievers in nineteen eighteen. Twenty Gardner went to visit the right family in cuttingly for definitive proof using his own cameras he left the cameras as well as two dozen glass. Plates with Elsie and Francis assist in order for the fairies to come out for their pictures. Though the girls had to be alone so else's mother went to her sister's house for tea. While Elsie and Francis took more photographs in the garden. One picture depicted a ferry. Practically leaping toward Francis knows while another fairy presenting Elsie with flower. The the glass plates from a camera where then packed up and sent back to Mr Gardner who wrote to doyle with some good news. Those new photos were eventually published as part of Doyle's article and the public was unsure of how to take them some believe them to be real but most laughed claiming the girls had pulled a fast. One on doyle and Gardner still. There was something something to be said for the innocence of two children who had not lost their sense of wonder as they've grown older it didn't take long for the hype surrounding the cuttingly ferries to die down for many years Francis. Elsie fell out of the public eye. And then in nineteen sixty six. The Daily Express newspaper in England interviewed. Elsie about the photos. She said it was possible that they'd been nothing but her imagination runamuck but there was also a chance that they were real twenty years later. The girls came clean in an article. For the Paranormal magazine the unexplained L. C. and Francis confessed that they actually had seen fairies down by the streaming cuttingly but the photographs have been faked picked. Berries had been nothing more than paper cutouts after they took the photos. They toss the evidence of their deception into the water but there was one photo the women women disagreed on it was the fifth and final picture. Taken titled Fairies and their son Bath in which one ferry enjoys the morning sunshine while the other struggles to wake got from her peaceful slumber neither Elsie nor Francis are anywhere in the photo only the two ferries elsie believed it to be a fake. Just like the others. The Francis maintained until her death in nineteen eighty six that the photograph had been real. Her belief was so strong that she instilled in her daughter who also went on television. Attesting testify to the authenticity of the photo that her mother had taken for. Elsie rights and Francis Griffiths. They're very photos. became a worldwide phenomenon inspiring several books and films turning their story into a real life fairy tale. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities subscribed for free on apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities PODCAST DOT DOT COM. The show was created by me. Aaron Monkey in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called Lor which is a podcast cast book series and Television Show. And you can learn all about it over at the world of Lor Dot Com until next time stay curious..

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"elsey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"That is the straight away center field and his family is just going nuts why not yeah that was September seventeenth twenty nineteen and very next day we get another nominee for game of the year because it was the Wednesday game and gadget to Wednesday nine September for two teams out of the running September eighteenth and yet for giants fans who do so love their retiring three time World Series champion manager Bruce Bochy it was so much more than just a Wednesday night it was his two thousand to win as a Major League Baseball manager joining only ten other skippers in Major League Baseball history and it went by the way teen in a party that team was fifteen inches seventy one seventy six this one was giants eleven red Sox three delivers a fly ball in the center of our he's under it and he's got his victory number two thousand in the managerial career of he is the eleventh managers in the entire history of Major League Baseball to reach that plateau yes the moment I won't forget it member ever thought about never you're not being on is tension here recently on a number of reasons you know so many people and boats it was a fun night bunnies are member that was on earlier today all right hockey around here the case a some would say this should win April twenty third twenty nineteen some called the Vail ski pay back you remember the sharks in Vegas golden knights in the sharks down zero believable game yes and then on one power play they scored four goals after George Elsey was not hold I'm an ex win in overtime legendary sharks five Vegas for yeah man to those authorities said that they just they will make some of those to go up there was no way they were gonna let it go what a scum bag that was able twenty third but we jump back to the forty Niners on October seventh we're kinda wondering like you know it's Monday Night Football or the Browns pretty good on the forty Niners for real well Matt Brita sprinted says he planted flags and the Niners stayed perfect October seven nine years thirty one Browns three is mad radio will start a game in office and are they move you use check to the right thing why did John the bull though he is he wants to play the flag it'll make.

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"elsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"elsey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Legalization of marijuana. Right here on the west. His going nuts. Trump kind. Trump. She doesn't like the. She's anti Trump. Six hours. What? Touch my head. The Trump hats. That's not a woman protesting that is for Drake last night. That's drake. Last night troll. MBA NBA, wouldn't let them celebrate yet to have to stand there quietly that was Trump. Was that Drake after the game last night? Oh, speaking of which, who's that, that was at the game? Ooh. Potencies. We have a police at the game last night ladies. Big draw to welcome. The forty fourth president of the United States, Mr.. Elsey was cheering them on. Game. So this is not the. People are just on hair triggers. It's just disgraceful. Literally, I want to say to the woman that was screaming at the Trump side like do you have money on the game? Why are you screeching like that? Honestly. What did you what have you lost? Here on the west..

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"elsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

13:46 min | 2 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The attorney the criminal division actually actually asked me to get away or because of the importance of this investigation overall, I was requested by the criminal division. I didn't seek it. The impetus did not come from me. And who would that be that made the recommendation to you? I was the criminal division mister bench Kaczynski. Yeah. He was the head of the criminal division. But apparently they discussed it with a career ethics official, and they made the recommendation. Thank you. Senator whitehouse. Sparked a couple of timing questions. You said that on March fifth, Mr. Muller came to you and said that he was going to not make a decision on obstruction leave that to you. He didn't he didn't say he was leaving it to me that he was not going to make him struck. On March twenty fourth you set up a letter describing your decision somewhere between March fifth and March twenty four th you made that decision when was that? We started talking about it. On March fifth and. There had already been a lot of discussions prior to March fifth involving the deputy the principal associate deputy in the office of legal counsel that had dealings with the special counsel's office. So they had knowledge of a number of the episodes and some of the thinking of the special counsel's office. So right after March fifth, we started discussing what the implications of this were and how he would how we made the decision win. Probably on Sunday the twenty fourth today. The letter came out. Yes. Decision to make the decision until the letter came out told somebody how to write the letter. When did you actually decide that? There was no obstruction between fourth. Okay. When did you get the first draft of the Miller report? The first it wasn't a draft. We've got the final first version of it that you saw the only version of it is the only here when you first twenty second the twenty second. Now, you told Senator Harris that you made your decision on the obstruction charge, you N Rosenstein based on the Muller report correctly inferred that you made that decision then between the twenty second and the twenty fourth. Well, we had had a lot of discussions about it before the twenty second. But the final decision was made on the twenty fourth and you didn't you had more work until the twentieth. Second we had more than two and a half days to consider this. Oh, well, see it already done a lot of a lot of thinking about some of these issues even before we got a report and even before March EFF they'd been in regular contact. The department had been in regular contact with Muller's people and understood. They weren't there. Elsey was looking into the Muller investigation while it was going on and winning of the evidence that they were gathering on obstruction the four you saw them. My understanding I wasn't there. Okay. But my understanding is that the deputy, and the we call the pay Dag the principal associate deputy were in regular contact with the Muller's team, and we're getting briefings on evidence and some of their thinking and some of the issues if they know enough to know see was brought into some of those discussions, they know enough to know what might be need to be redacted before they saw the three twenty two. Now, the problem we had is we could not identify the six immaterial when when the report came over we needed to help of Bob Muller's team to do that unless you can you assure me that nothing related to obstruction or the Muller report. It was discussed at your office of legal counsel Brown bag lunch on June twenty seventh. Nothing about what nothing about the obstruction issue. And nothing about the Muller report itself was discussed when you had a Brown bag lunch on June twenty-seventh with oh L C. We didn't discuss anything having to do with Muller report or MO Muller's eventual position on your obstruction memo. I forgot if it was then, but I think I've previously said that. I mentioned it. I had a memo and was sending it to you. Have you have not yet said that it was mentioned at this. Oh, well, see, I don't I don't think it was not at the Brown bag lunch now. My time is up. Okay. We're the vote is started. We're going to split time between club char and Senator Blumenthal will try to go. They won't hold out vote open too long, but let's start with Santa club. And if we do this judiciary committee live WCS PFM, Washington, April twenty-seventh, President Trump's stated Muller, I assume for thirty five million dollars. He checked my taxes, and he checked my financial is that accurate at the special counsel review, the president's taxes and the Trump organization's financial statements. I don't know. Can you find out if I ask later in a written question? Yes. All you could ask my mother when he comes through. Okay. I'll do that too. But I think also ask you, and then obviously we would want to see them as underlying information during my earlier questions, we went through a number of actions by the president that the special counsel looked into my point was that we should be looking into the totality of the evidence and the pattern that the report develops on page thirteen volume to the special counsel instructs that we do something similar. The report says, and this is a quote circumstantial evidence that illuminates intent may include a pattern of potentially obstructive acts on this point. The report cites three US cases USB Franken Hauser Frank Hauser, US Arnold and US Cintolo. Do you agree that obstruction law allows for intend to be informed by? A pattern of potentially obstructive acts. We'll intend eventually has to be established by proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Obviously, some inferences can be drawn from circumstantial evidence that can contribute to overall determination of proof beyond a reasonable doubt. But that's one of the problems with this whole approach that suggested in the the special counsel's report, which is it is trying to determine the subjective intent of facially lawful act, and it permits a lot of. Selectivity on the part of the prosecutors in an end and. It's been shot down in a number of other context. So. The reasons that we are very. Skeptical of this approach is that. You mean? Director Mueller or you the Justice Justice department is that. In this kind of situation where you have a facially innocent act and a fate. It's authorized by the constitution. It's hard to it's hard to establish beyond a reasonable doubt that it's corrupt. I just want to get in just a few more questions like center White House at your confirmation hearing, you testified that in the absence of a violation of a statute, the president would be accountable politically for abusing the pardon power. How do you reconcile your suggestion that political accountability is available when the administration is refusing to comply with subpoenas in asserting executive privilege to stand in the way of that very accountability. As to a pardon. No. This was about in your confirmation hearing, you said in the absence of a violation of a statute, the president would be quote accountable politically end quote for abusing the pardon power. If he did basically your question release abusing any power, not just the pardon power. Is that what you're saying? Well. President it's hard to invalidate that have been held accountable before and as have other holders. Okay. Last question are the president's actions detailed in its report consistent with his oath of office and the requirement in the constitution that he take care that the laws be faithfully executed is is what consistent with that. I said are the president's actions detailed in the report consistent with his oath of office and the requirement in the constitution that he take care that the laws be faithfully executed. Well, the evidence in the report is conflicting and there's different evidence. And they don't they don't come to a determination as to how they're coming down on it. So you made that decision, and as you know. We got two minutes left Senator Blumenthal. Thank you, MS chairman. Attorney general I wonder if you could tell us about. The conversation between yourself and Bob Muller for we after your some rate was issued he called, you know, I called him. What prompted you to call them. The letter. Your letter or letter. So you called him and how long the conversation last. I don't know maybe ten fifteen minutes. There were multiple witnesses in the room. It was on the speakerphone who was in the room. Among others. The deputy attorney general was in the room anyone else. Several other people who've been working on the project men's if you stand. Yes. And the deputy staff, and as best you can recall in the language that was used who who said what? Mm-hmm. I said, Bob what's with the letter. You know, why don't you just pick up the phone and call me if there's an issue and. He said that they were concerned about the way the media was playing this and felt that it was important to get out the summaries, which they felt would put their work in proper context. And a void some of the confusion that was emerging. I asked him if he felt that my letter was misleading or inaccurate. And he said, no that the press he felt that the press coverage was and it was a complete or a more complete picture of his thoughts in the context, and so forth would would deal with that. And I suggested that I would rather just get the whole report out than just putting out stuff. Syria, autumn and piecemeal. And but I said, I would think about it some more and. The next day. I put out a letter that made it clear that no one should read the March twenty four th letter is a summary of the overall report and that a full account of Bob's Muller's thinking. Was going to be in the report and everyone would have access to. But there's nothing in Robert Muller's letter to you about the press is complained to you is about your characterization of the port. Great. Well, the letter speaks for itself it does. And in fact in response to your question. One just pick up the phone. This letter was an extraordinary act a career prosecutor would bugling the attorney general of the United States memorialize ING in writing. Right. I I know of no other incidents of that happening. You. I don't consider Bob at this stage a career prosecutors had a career as a prosecutor, well Perry Yemen, and who is the head of the FBI for twelve years. He's a career. He's had a he's a law enforcement professional, right? I know of no other instance, of, but he was also political appointee..

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"elsey" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Brendon Dylan shot at forward. Thornton leaves Donskoy is in left wing attack. He'll curl up in the left corner out to the line for Dylan looks at the net pulls it down. Now shoots walked on its way in Bogot. Kapoor's back on the ice. He'll get along the boards. He went down. Cessna? Got it ahead. Pacha ready? Schmidt schmidt. The defense barreling in with Dylan left corner in the San Jose zone. Buck loose along the near bards it centered front at went off Stolz leg. I think he tried to deflect it with his knee. And it went just wide bumped all the way down the ice no icing in the right wing corner in the Vegas zone. It's cure as Theodore on his back works on Tibo buyer Meyer gives it to publicity right wing side back in the net. Theodore took it away in Qatar heading out of his own Bob Elsey and for a look theater out leading him to center ice taking the line barely and then lost it. Here comes the other way and gain to onto hurdle. Booming to the slot. Perilous shot off the post not a play gunning for the hat trick with three twenty five to play in the third Belsky and Thorpe with the assist on hurdles second of the game four for the play offs. If there's any player right now that is feeling all turtle. He knows that his team has the. Opportunity to force the game six, and it is Purity's on the board. He was on the board early in the game. But now for him it's about controlling the puck and using that size and that power to hold on as long as possible if the opportunity is there. That's okay. But if it's not at least he has the puck and the Golden Knights stone base up to Mark Andre flurries. Right for to the scores. San jose. Three twenty five to play in the third shirts. Would it burns left point shot blocked at spit right back away from him and talk stolen there? He goes. But fly all the way Doug Jones reports. No second shot from the nearside miss the debt. Egland bitching from the right point position to talk in the corner gave it to know set behind the line three shirts back there to Golden Knights,.

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"elsey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:58 min | 2 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Big drawing card. I have no question about that. Absolutely. He's already a brand. So you look at the attention. He gets it's incredible. So from that standpoint, I agree with you wholeheartedly. They have done a great job of making him a brand already. He is really already become a brand. That goes without really without saying, Stephen Hackensack, what's up. Steve Mike was watching twain Haskins pro day today. Mike and give it to the untrained guy. He's in terrible shape. It was totally gassed I don't know how you would do with a Russian his face. Like, I agree with you gotta go defense. And if they want to take a quarterback eighty treat back up and get Jones or a lot but not asking now with the sixth pick, Mike. Heard anything on his pro day Muncie. If we get any buzz on his pro day at all didn't see anything about that. As we approach five. This is WFAN in New York at five o'clock on this Wednesday program. We obviously basketball coming your way this evening, you'll get the sixteen playing game which will be NC central and North Dakota state. And then of course, Saint John's in Arizona state will play and then tomorrow the tournament starts in our nest as everybody hits the floor twelve o'clock tomorrow, and we will be on right after the twelve o'clock game. We'll go round as we always do on Thursday and Friday go to every game ticket every finish. We never miss a good finish at the end of the games with it. Every buzzer-beaters will do all that as we do each and every year on this first Thursday Friday of the NCAA tournament Janis Islip. What's up, John? Hey, mike. Happy birthday. Thank you. Mike. I you know, I have to tell you what the Yankees rotation. I mean being pretty optimistic which Severino. But I mean, you know, think about it you got you got you don't know what you're gonna get what if Severino starts throwing. And then they gotta shut him down and Tanakh. I mean, remember two years ago. He had a an issue what his? I, you know. Really go bad for them. Mike. I disagree. I mean, you could say that about every team in baseball. I mean, he's already out. They ready this Severino out so Memorial Day. Maybe all right. The by you know, you have GIO Gonzalez is pro I have no problem with him in the rotation about what you think of him too. I like him. I think he's going to win games. I'm telling you, I told you last year was going to be good for the Yankees. He won every game except the playoff game. He went undefeated except the playoff game. A few times regarded Matt Harvey. I'm sure you listen. I don't. Yeah. My listen. Let's see it. I though, okay. I don't want to hear that. He got people out in the spring training. Let's see it. Matt Harvey last year was a guy who had a couple of moments where he threw well. And I'm not anti Matt Harvey. I'm not one of these people on way back. But you know, what he's still he's still got pretty hard last year. It wasn't like he pitched great. He pitched. Okay. And I'm happy for Matt. I I'm telling you, I didn't some people. I can tell you. I'm gonna tell you flat out did not like my in liking and wanted him to fail. Well, listen. He messed up themselves a lot. He really did. He did a lot of things wrong. He admitted he did a lot of things wrong here. He did. He burned a lot of bridges he caused a lot of his own problems. The Mets got a fresh start now on the west coast know, be out of the limelight a little bit. But I would. He's still gonna prove he's still gonna prove that it can consistently get guys out. And he hasn't done that the last couple of years he has not proven Ellison. He went through surgeries that guy's never come back from I'll be the first to admit that. But last year with Cincinnati. You know, we went seven and seven. In a four five ERA for the year. You know, we hadn't played he had it. But what he's still is very hit a ball low. You still was I gotta see him see him get people out if he gets people out, I'll admit it. Now he can pitch in the major leagues. Remember this was on his way to greatness, he had two major surgeries one of which guys never come back from. But he also was his own worst enemy. I wish Matt. Well, I really do have. I have I have no bad feelings Matt Harvey at all I hope he does. Well, I think it's good for baseball. I'll be I really do. I hope he does. Well. Now as far as the Yankees. Paxton you've got Tanakh you got half those three pros. Good pitches from good to very good. I think they got plenty alive arms. They got a deep bullpen. You got GIO Gonzalez in reserve. I think they're fine. I am not worried one bit. Now that doesn't mean they might not have to pull a trade later in the season. I am not worried one bit looks like they're going to be slow Hicks, which means a lot of centerfield for God also means some centerfield for Wade in spots. But I think he's going to get a lot of work early. And that's going to be a lot more outfield. Standard also means a reprieve for bird. Because you know, what void hit and bird hit. They both hit in the spring, which would have made it voids job. I mean, it wasn't gonna lose his job after what he did last year if he hit and he definitely hit. So the bottom line is this has been a a real plus for bird. And now they get the both come north and they can utilize both of them where one can h when the other one plays first base. You can utilize both big bats. And they can keep them until Hicks comes back when he comes back one way Higgs comes back birds going to have to be tearing the cover off the ball or other is going to go down. That's all I was doing. Bobby in stores was about Mike two quick ones. Villanova going at Hartford. I I think that's good like home game to them. I think that's the best thing going for them is that they're playing the game in Hartford. They will get an enormous crowd. The Villanova people will flock to the game. They are not playing an easy game. And they are not a team that can mail an it against anybody this year, they are has to play because it's sometimes they can't find that third score. And that's why Samuels is going to be enormously important in the tournament. They are not a given against anybody this year. Not they are not good enough to be an automatic against anybody. I think they'll get through this first game. I don't think they're going to have a long stay in the tournament. If I may Mike I have two questions onto other American conference Cincinnati first of all I thought, and I think they get a chance to win in the second round. I know you're going to say they shouldn't be a seven except Tennessee. Title gonna play in Columbus. Which is a joke. Tennessee, that's a very tough. They can beat Tennessee in Columbus. Absolutely. Can and the other one was would Houston. You know, there's a potential matchup Houston in Kentucky. And I wanted to see what your opinion is with that one. Thanks, mike. I'm Houston doesn't shoot it enough to beat Kentucky. I don't think I think I think Houston's really good. I just don't think they should enough to be Kentucky. I don't. Derek in jersey. What's up, Derek? Hey, Mike, how you doing? Birthday to you. Thank you. Since I've talked to you mad again, it's been another tough year, man. What's what's going on with the giants? And now at the next I guess I'll be back on the TV watching the draft like everybody else. One one thing real quick. About I finally digested the situation. Widow jail at first I didn't like it. But then I understood Jackie have a giant, you know. No. Organization is about Matt. One person one play. It doesn't make a team. Okay. What does it, you know? And the only new that was really that great was lost Ella. And I've been hitting so much abuse and people talking about not well because Al team is doing things off the field for what did he do on the field? You can't compare apples and oranges compared to what else. What else you got? Two Super Bowls. Compare LT and Beckham is a false. Okay. A fos. I'm not even having that conversation. You gotta be kidding me. Beckham's got a whole lot of football the play and a whole lot of games the win and a whole lot of things to do before you even ever mentioned the two in the same breath. Please. He's talking about a guy who was in among the conversation. The top players will ever played the sport. Please. Was never made first team all NFL. Elsey was I. Every year of his career. Richard in Manhattan was up Richard Fairleigh Dickinson team reminds me of Phil Martelli Saint Joseph's that team was incredible. Team with those guys will pros. They were away from getting into the final. Yeah. But that team was was was was was wanting them one team in the country. They're well they and they almost made it to the five they were Richard come on. Now. This is not a. Oh god. Yeah. FDU amid major Saint Joe's with the number one ranked team in the country. Completely talking apples and oranges. I mean, listen, I liked it after you. God's put you know, as the us does not playing on that level. Let's hope they can play it for a half or a game. But that's that's you know, that Saint Joe's team was big time. Matt manhattan. What's on that word about the twelve? Fires bit cautioned there ever since they tweet the tournament to make it. So that the final teams that are at larger now all livens, which has been the last four tournaments five hundred thirteen and three against the twelve. Yeah. But still you know what I need. That's true. But still, you know, thirteen and three is in terrible. Okay. It's not great. But it's like, you know, the forty seven percent number you had before and shows you how big it actually what it was. You know, what I'm telling you right now, you're going to get you're gonna get a couple of twelve I going to get a twelve or two that's gonna win. I mean, I would say there's only one that I think is overmatched, and and that's and a lot of their Overmach. I think auburn's playing really well. So I think I think that's a tough match-up, but the other three other three the twelve has got a good chance. Look at the thirteen Irvine that that's that's the people of picking Irvine a lot of people. I mean, really now here's the thing to be fair. Kansas state is hurting..

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"elsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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"elsey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I want to keep the emotion as as low as I can because Raleigh motion as Kris Medlen showing there at the end is completely understandable. In fact is expected when you have a loving husband a loving family. One of the saddest things as Pamela telling Christopher near the end of her life, and she died January the fifteenth that one of my greatest regret is that I won't be able to see my grandchildren and your forty eight years old you've got five children four boys and a girl she may have ten to fifteen grandchildren. She went out see one of them and the little nine year old girl continues to want to put on a moms close and walk around him. So this is when you go through this kind of a grieving process as we'll take a while. It was like five stages agreeing on I'm not sure where Chris is on on the list, but it's tough it's hard. And when you have colleagues people you work with every day, your co worker, so to speak saying things about you that are despicable PG. According to a friend of mine PG stands for. Personal gain set and fell PG personal gain setting felt if they can get personal gain from doing something, you'll do it doesn't get personal gain. They won't do it. I'm sure his sick little mind PG thought going to the funeral in the black community to show. My respects would be good politically. So politically, he showed up a wise man said to me. That's the true character of a man or a woman a woman like you is how do you behave in private outside the public domain inside the four walls of your own home? How do you behave there because I respect those who can do me no ill or well? And I try to treat everybody. Well, the other thing is the measure of a man or a woman as an adult. How do you treat people that cannot help you or hurt you treat them as a human being at no point for two years as Pamela smitherman is dying and as young and his wife are showing up actually in the smitherman home helping to feed Pamela at no point did PG said and fell one time ask a coworker Chris smitherman, by the way, how's Pam doing? What can I do to help anything my wife, and I can do not one time, but upon her death personal gain set feld flippin failed figuring out there might be two thousand city voters out a funeral. So he showed up. Those beaming is in those gleaming teeth to smiling. Everybody is personal gain set Valdez hair. I'm here. Now, look at me. Pander and exploit the black vote for my personal gain. And therefore here I am to continue in that effort. So how about that in reality? We have found out that Chris sale Bach and pagey sitting feld are thoroughly disreputable human beings who do not treat anyone well unless they can get personal benefit from it. How's it possible? The way they play the game and racial politics is they played quite well. How's it possible? The PG sitting failed personal gain sitting. Feld can call. Jeff pastor, quote, psychotic salty whining nut unquote at the same time. Chris sale Bach and PG are attacking a black man caring for his dying. Black wife, what kind of people are we dealing with here. And they will put out press releases and cut ribbons. It's embarrassing. How many county Democratic Party and Glen McFarland their leader? Suddenly. Blame Bob Roman or coast or Bill Cunningham or a retinue of other individuals for the misconduct of these five Democrats in the city of Cincinnati now almost want to exempt out window young because he showed human compassion during this entire too long two year long process by by by by caring one young has a soul not much of a head. But he's got a soul PG and failed. And Chris sale. Bach are lifeless soulless zombies who will smile to your face and stab you right in the back every chance they get. So I'll take your call seven four nine seven thousand, but I've been out to this business a long time and the characters the set and fails in the seal box have come on the stage, and they walk across the stage. They walked down the other part of this and they're gone. There'll be other characters of this ilk showing up on the. Public seen. The problem is this is that the voters who put them in power. May. I believe correct me if I'm wrong that if the election were held tomorrow that there was a probability if not a certainty that PG sitting feld personal game flip infield Chris sale Bach who keeps playing the gay card every chance he gets Wendo young got a heart. No, head Tamayo Denard, art. Matt was last time your cell phone was in your hand and suddenly did a one and a half from the pike position and fly into a swimming pool. He said happens all the time. Well, she claims that she lost her text messages won her cell phone leaped out of her hands. Ran across a swimming deck got on this show got onto the diving board and did a one and a half from the pike position and fell into the pool to get reelected, and Greg Landsman who every now and then Greg Landsman as a lucid moments, but not that many is there any doubt in your mind that if election were held tomorrow all five of these fools will be reelected. Absolutely. I think of a federal judge Elsey Hastings in Florida who was impeached and removed in the Senate for human trafficking of girls out of his congressional office. After a couple of years, I'm sorry out of his judicial office. A couple of years later, he ran for the congress. He wanted congressional seat and serve like ten years. So these lifeless characters will stumble on the stage blow V8. flatulent as they are sitting feld seal Bach. And then at the end of the day, they'll walk off the stage, and there'll be other characters and personalities it will stumble onto the stage and stay for a while and leave the other side because the voters of Cincinnati. We'll continue to put empower individuals who do things against their interest. The CPS public schools in Cincinnati are a disaster. If you take walnut hills out of the mix, the great majority of the high schools, Cincinnati or glorified babysitting services. There's no education going on. However, the school board keeps getting reelected. What is the definition of insanity? Rocky boy, he's outraged. I'm right, but you know by Monday, Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday this'll be completely irrelevant. There'll be some other report from these five stooges one last thought, I'm glad you brought this up. Let's talk about twenty nine thirteen point forty two which is tampering with records tampering with evidence. There's this cry from Scott Crosswell who by the way is a good lawyer. I know Scotty Crosswell good lawyer. He was the prosecutor a course of Tracy hunter that a fraught judge. When wonder young gets in trouble? What does he do? He hires the prosecutor of Tracy hundred represent him was rather as a smart move. I watched Gotti Crosswell say how window young he got rid of the text messages. But hey didn't know there was a court order. This was he got rid of them before the order. Well, Scotty, crawls Ron knows. It doesn't make any difference have rocky boy man is committed a crime. And there's no court order. Nobody knows a crime has been committed and rocky varmint takes the evidence of the crime. And throws it in the little Miami river that's called tampering with evidence. You don't have to have a court order does a reasonable person believed that the evidence they're in possession of maybe used in a criminal or civil answer's yes. So don't shoddy police Scotty you can trick the media, but don't trick me tampering with evidence and records means if a reasonable person could conclude that that piece of evidence could be used in a criminal proceeding. You can't destroy it. Okay. So why did Tamayo Denard's phone do a one and a half from the tuck position? Oh, by the way, we got judge NATO call speak to the judge. And then we got thousands of others judge NATO. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show judge. How are you? I'm doing fine Bill, and and I'm happy to be with your listeners, the millions of well, we're talking about the evidence, and I made the point pursuant to twenty nine th thirteen point forty two tampering with records. No person knowing the person is no privileged to do. So and with a purpose that a fraud or knowing that the person is facilitating a fraud. Do any of the following false falsified destroy remove conceal offered to mutilated any writing computers offer data or record. So the cry of some is that because I didn't know there was a court order I can destroy evidence. Isn't that false false Bill? You hit the nail right on the head in that statute says it all and so how's it possible? Then that Wendell young. And by the way. Twenty nine thirteen forty two is an F three a felony three. What if you judge name or what if I had destroyed evidence? What would happen to us? We'd probably be indicted, and we'd probably go to jail because they're saying we should know better. What isn't wonderful young as a lawmaker? Why isn't he held at the same standard? I have no idea, and hopefully one of these days, the voters will get smart obese people responsible as a city resident what is your sense of what the gang of five is done to the city while they breached the public trust the the text messages, which were rightly. Released by judge Roman show that they're they're embarrassing, and they're their mean-spirited people. Well, I head on Chris smitherman about forty five minutes ago. His he put out the word to pagey set and fell do not come to Pamela Smethers funeral because for two years. He has taken political advantage of Chris. We didn't know it at the time. But these tweets are extremely destructive of the smitherman family and the man showed up anyway. Yes. And and he should have honored the request of smitherman. Absolutely. Somebody tells you don't come to the funeral because they're offended by by your mean spirited tone. And then I think they should at least honor that. But obviously must have come for political reasons. Why don't we go from here? Yours. Unlike myself, you're a city resident I think you live in the Clifton area. That's correct judge NATO where do we go from here? How I can't. Although I found a statute, you know, where they can't be removed from office. It cannot well, I got a statue. Let me share with you if you'll take a look let me last night. I was looking at one twenty two. Hi, revised code. Baroness take a look at one twenty one point two two says the phone. I member of a public body who knowingly violates an injunction issued pursuant to division. One. One of this section may be removed from office by an action brought in the quarter commonplace for that purpose by the prosecuting attorney or the attorney general the section also says this section shabby liberally construed to require public officials to take official action and to conduct all deliberations upon official business only an open meetings unless the subject matter specifically exempted by law..

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"elsey" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"It's an incredibly incredibly it's an impressive achievement. I just don't vision for me. Like when scores since Jordan, Vince Carter t MAC know that you had to be explosive faster jump over everyone. You know, start Amar. I like the way that hardened does it because he's not jumping over anyone. He's just he's not the fastest guys. But here's what. On. I thought the same way entire really over his last month or so really start watching him minis quick fast in what you think that first step is the stuff with. And that handle is best in the league. But. Quick yet, not fast. He's not running passu quickness. He didn't get that. I. Over people. Does everybody? Sania finished Damson. Okay. So I think I think correct me if I'm wrong, but I feel like we're on the same page that hardened streak is more impressive than Russell wet for whatever. You don't think? More impressed. Triple double ten games in a row. See I think harden is. I think harden is more impressive. Triple W west at ten ten and ten and what he's doing when he's getting at the free throw line. It's a team designed the big men. Just a he gets the coming to get the run on team design of James Hardie shooters many times. He's saying. To watch. More difficult than just everyone. Get the rebound for first of all you are right. There are certain particular the free throw line. They want him to initiate the offense quicker. So they made him get the rebounds worry about the extra pass that part is true. But I washed, dude. Okay. Auto rebounds are designed like that. He's going in and saw over over big man getting real he's hustling getting those loose balls that count as rebound as well. He's falling his skill city. Big time rebound. He's been that way recess losing your high school. He this a rebound in machine know, the thing about him it Hardin excuse me. Westbrook's run is always kind of met with some of what we're talking about. It's it's a little bit fake. It's a little bit, man. I agree with you. I agree with you. But the fact of the matter is when you watch him most of it is not in the way that to your point about harden is more skill oriented. This dude is incredibly skilful player. Russell westbrook. But there's also just the level of athleticism that's mind blowing being a western. It's unbelievable. I talked about the earlier Elsey off the air. But his a lot of his assist. Okay. Fast. I opened up in the air. Some grenades. Throwing this this or off that pick and roll where he slide through people's legs. A little more skillful both defective both of relief. I just find Russell's to be more impressive in large part. Because if I told you if I. Coby average thirty five points game in a season. Like, yeah. If I told you Jordan, you say, yeah. James hearts at thirty six you like. Yeah. Triple doubles. That's not a. Yeah. Dude. Average back to back triple doubles for a whole season. And now he's on another historic triple double streak. That's something that you can't say, yeah to you haven't seen this no dominant scores before and LeBron English the prime and real real talk. Lebron James he could have done this many times over he chooses not to because he wants to have his other teammates. And then game at different. This is cute. We can talk about thirty one in a row with thirty points. For harden. The rockets are in fifth place. We can talk about Russell Westbrook. Triple double ten games in a row, they're in third place. And they're both very good teams. They're they're both gonna make some noise in the playoffs potentially. But you just look at all of this stuff. And then the west it's Golden State. We talked about this. We are here. Genesis open for the first round today Riviera Country Club. Now plays suspended as we told you earlier little bit shot yelling at the office. Tiger second start of the season. But nineteen Ninety-two it all started here for all right, hold your response card. So and he scheduled to at two twelve twenty two matching that's going to be pushed back a little bit..

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"elsey" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"elsey" Discussed on Fantasy Throwdown Podcast

"So this is this one of those weird games where I feel I in my opinion because last year last year, we we we had no idea the path we're going to bench Malcolm Butler and neither did the Pat secondary. And that's screwed up the entire game plan because Fillon came out far more grass than Bill Belichick actually thought they would. And I it seems as though that it come off guard because they didn't realize that Philly had a feel like I dunno Philly like got inside information that Butler wasn't gonna play like Philly new like set up their tire game plan to target butlers replacement and just go after every single time, and and the patriots just can never adjust that. And they got. Nick foles into a rhythm that to me that one. That's the one game. That's an aberration. Like, if if you look at like somebody had a pass Super Bowls with the patriots Atlanta jumped on early because of the defense just getting a ton of pressure on Brady and the patriots just not being able to handle it and Atlanta's offense got clicking early because they were in great field position need tire way through. So that game was a little bit different than somebody others as well. But then in the second half the patriots again at together. My thing is if the Rams are gonna win this game. I actually think that this. This game has hit the under for the ramps to win it. I guess I don't think Todd Gurley is healthy. And I don't think C J Anderson is going to do all that much against running. It's the patriots. My my feeling is is though that you know, the Rams offense just has to avoid making any mistakes. Just control the ball play. Field position kicks them feel goals. Yeah. You gotta you'll get a touchdown here. And there, but I don't see the Rams really putting up thirty points in this game. I see them probably in that twenty four twenty seven rates max, and you know, and if that's the case this game sitting the under. So the Rams have gotta figure out a way. And like I said it's going to be the pressure up the middle more likely than not that's going to be the difference in this one. So the Ran's can't get the pressure up the middle. I think the pats pretty much take care of business here and went by touchdown, which is rare for them. Because the only game they ever won by touchdown was because the Atlanta game went into overtime after the falcons blew it. But like all the other patriots gates are always close. I just feel as if the Rams can't get the defense on track. I don't think this one ends up being that close. I think it just ends up being a case where the Rams are playing catchup all four quarter. And that's just not the place. You wanna be against New England. Yeah. Yeah. If never done it. See the bait you as wet up. I guess the Teves. The Rams got out of the lead. The cheers go up fourteen. Not how like like day because I don't think. Often mahomes. No, I don't think he can call them up like that. Because I think if God said sort of all I them on time. I think the the they're gonna be job and and harder. The part of that was a just a great adjustments by gall. I mean, just great adjustments my Mahomes because realistically what you saw out of the patriots was a double team the top on tire kill. And I still think that tyreek hill was injured in that game. I don't think the double team works nearly as well against kill. If he wasn't so banged up with that. He'll I thought I thought tyrod kill was taken out a game because more because of injury than the pats. But the the issue that they ran into was that they used Stefan Gilmore to cover Kelsey, and he matched up really well against Kelsey that that was the surprise. I didn't think. Elsey was going to be able to get taken out by. By a db a solo that was the difference in that case he game..

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