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"fortune teller" Discussed on Behind the bottom line
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"fortune teller" Discussed on Behind the bottom line
"Probably a technical problem said one ghostly face. I'll be late getting home again tonight. A minute later as water smashed Through the Windows and the screaming started. It was probably only mr. Camille who understood what had finally happened off. Fortune teller was written for business Spotlight in 2016 and the setting of the story this Barber Shop Frederick Hub is largely based on a barber shop called Trump has zinc has and Street just behind Piccadilly and when I was a small child, I remember my father going to Trump has wants to have his hair cut and I went in and it was a very it was a very glamorous establishment Barbershop mostly were off fairly seedy, unattractive places. And when I was very small I can remember that they were one of the few places where people could buy condoms for example, but I'm kind of shocked that I described in in the story Frederick Hobbs is much as much more attractive and trumpeters really like that song. Going downstairs sitting in these leather Barbers chairs. It was really just like how I described it in the story. I find it interesting. Now how barber shops are making something of a comeback in lots of major cities. You have these Barbershop, please sort of hipster barber shops, which are sprung up and jumpers was the real thing. This is what the kind of thing that they're modeled on. So if you ever go to London, I can strongly recommend that you go to Trumpets and have a look at.
"fortune teller" Discussed on Behind the bottom line
"No, not really. I make some assumptions about the subject and then drill down into the collected data till I find little gold nuggets of information. We call it data mining then the system does some statistical analysis adds a bit of regression analysis, and you can see into the future anything you'd like to know Mister, Mom. Mystica me laughed. Well, let me think. I like to bet on the horses sometimes who win at Cheltenham tomorrow. Just a moment. Simon pulled out a small tablet computer and was busy for the next 5 minutes. Puffing Billy. He said finally you should place a bet or 2421 at the moment. If this was an example of predictive analysis, mr. Camille was not impressed. The Sporting Life had said exactly the same thing. He'd hoped for something more interesting unusual. He began soaping Simon's cheeks and chicken. I'll do that sir. He said politely. He opened his traditional cut-throat razor and removed the soap and bristles from Simon's cheek. Well, I certainly hope so said Simon I've spent my whole life advising people to do intelligent things are not to do stupid things. But usually I'm ignored. Mr. Camille's raise that ran across Simon's throat leaving Clean Skin behind it. Take the Iraq War back in 2003. Simon continued I warn the government it was going to be a disaster and we should keep out. They said it was a political necessity. Will take help. I told to governments that all the data showed. We were going to bankrupt the National Health Service. If we didn't reduce the amount of sugar in people's food. I was informed that my assumptions were wrong. Of course, the real reason nobody wanted to listen is because the fast food industry sponsors all the political parties and what's happened. Now Britain has the largest number of obese people in the European Union and our health service is collapsing under their weight. How ironic one moment supposed to Camille. I just shave your upper lip sliced away the bristles from under Simon's nose with two quick strokes and took a cool damp towel and patted Simon's face clean. Currently my big worry is flooding. I've warned the government again and again about making cuts to renovation work on the Thames barrier and other flood defences for London off. All they talk about is saving money. Oh, yes. Mr. Camille could do these conversations on autopilot the gentleman in his chair just wanted someone to listen to them as long as you didn't disagree. They always gave you a good tip..
"fortune teller" Discussed on Behind the bottom line
"Good morning, good afternoon, and good evening, wherever you found the world. I'm James Scofield the writer of the stories in this podcast behind the bottom line over the years. I've written lots of short stories for different magazines, but the funny sad strange people in events. I've experienced in business in each episode. I read you my original story and afterwards I tell you something about the real life background which inspired it today episode is called the fortune teller and while you're listening maybe ask yourself if you wanted to predict the future. How would you do so? the fortune teller Simon Cassandra jumped out of a London taxi into a rainy Street behind Piccadilly and hurried into Frederick hops Gentlemen's Barber and toiletries established 1786. A bell rang as he entered the shop, but Simon ignored the colognes soaps and shaving equipment on the ground floor and went down the steps to a Mystic Amelia the barber cross reading the Sporting Life and waiting for him. Evening, sir said Mr. Camille taking Simon's coat and setting him down in one of the old fashioned green leather. Barber chairs. Very quiet today. I think everybody's just going home early because of the weather Simon nodded. What would you like sir? The usual haircut Simon rubbed his chin. Actually. I think I'm badly need a shave. Mr. Camilla looked at him carefully Simon clearly hadn't shaved for a few days and he seemed tired the barber tilted the chair backwards and then off to soften the bristles wrapped a hot damp towel perfumed with Sandalwood around Simon's face leaving his mouth clear. That's nice said Simon after a while. Did you know that I'm a fortune-teller? Mr. Camille? Is that Sosa said Mr. Camille? The gentleman often became quite talkative about their work when they relaxed. I thought you were a government computer expert or something you yes, but really I'm a fortune teller I do something called predictive analysis. My computer's collect data from many different sources than organized and crunch it. I interpret the results and make recommendations to the government talk about what they should do. Really said Mr. Camille as he started to make soap lava in a bowl with a shaving brush. Of course, it only works if your systems can recognize what is relevant data. Otherwise, you make mistakes garbage in garbage out as we say sounds very clever, sir. Mr. Camille removed the towel from Simon's face..
David D. Burns: Feeling Good During The Pandemic
"Well, it's no surprise that depression and anxiety are up to record levels during this pandemic what can you do to deal with this? Well, here to help is David Burns MD adjunct clinical professor. Emeritus of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine, his weekly feeling good cast by therapists and the general public with tips overcome depression, anxiety, relationship conflicts, habits, and addiction. He's got a new book out called Feeling Great. The Revolutionary New Treatment for depression anxiety David. Welcome to the show. Thanks Perry well, this is a huge issue for us and I know give them before this happened in the mid nineties I suffered from huge depression anxiety. So I'm very familiar what's going on why is it peaking so much more now during the pandemic Well. I don't think I can answer that question but it is a fact that it is it is peaky and I've done research myself on the. Incidence and severity of depression than men and women. Before the pandemic and since the pandemic and certainly. Doubled in and women everything had has pretty much depression, anxiety anger and hopelessness. And in man anger has has doubled but I guess the reason we got upset at anytime is because of our thoughts and that idea goes back a couple thousand years to the Greek philosopher epoch. Titas who said. People are disturbed not by things or events, but by our thoughts about them. And so when people are depressed there, you're giving yourself negative messages when when you're anxious like I'm a loser be depressed forever. And those thoughts are really why you you're depressed your your thoughts in the here and now create all of your emotions. And the cool thing is. When you change the way, you think you can change the way you feel. You in the Book David Vet. Discovered that depression anxiety says something really good. Great about you and your core values what are those? Well. That's that's one of the new new discoveries and feeling great that has led to the ability of all Tra rapid recovery from depression and anxiety and the old days I would say up until now most therapists think that the people with depression and anxiety get stuck in them be for for negative reasons like you want to feel sorry for yourself or you you watch secondary gain, you get attention from people and those ideas are are really kind of put downs and and hurtful, and they're generally not even true. We've discovered is that Depression anxiety result from what's beautiful about you your core values, for example, one of the. People that I discussed in the book was a woman named Karen who had been depressed for nine years because our daughter got shot in the face by some neighborhood boys. Who Snuck up on her with a high. pellet rifle and it bullet. Pellet whatever it was hit or her her teeth of one of her tooth's exploded and get a lot of damage to her mouth and face and she ran indoor. She was twelve years old. She was screaming and this led to nine years of surgeries and treatment for her daughter. The treatments for PTSD was not successful and when Karen came to me, she'd been struggling for. You know all that time with severe depression anxiety guilt shame hopelessness telling herself I'm a bad mother. It's my fault. I never should have. Let her go out to play that that night things of that nature and what and before I try to help anyone crushed thoughts I save what are these thoughts and feelings show about you that's that's positive. An awesome. And that's the opposite of the way psychiatry and psychology. Work and but it's pretty obvious. You know she's very Karen is very self critical and that shows she has high standards. And her high standards have caused her to accomplish a great deal for herself. She got a PhD she has She's a clinical psychologist as a tremendous practice. She's done a tremendous amount. For her daughter, for example. In addition her feelings of guilt and shame and Italian yourself I'm a bad mother actually shows that she's a good mother, a loving mother and she's done everything she can to to help her daughter and continues. Right up to the day when when? I, what I treated her Her anxiety is a great thing because the last time she let her guard down and said, it's okay to go out and play her daughter had a horrible traumatic event and so her intense anxiety is an expression of her love for her daughter and to protect her daughter she's like a mama bear protecting her cubs. And then her her sadness and depression is also an expression of of for love. I said Karen if there was a magic button here, you press at all your depression and anxiety instantly vanish. And you'll be euphoric would would you press that button? She says Oh. Absolutely everyone says that everyone who's suppressing they wanNA press about then feel happy but when you think about it I said so I take that you wanna feel happy and euphoric to be. All. Your daughter is suffering incredibly. Is that correct? She said Oh no. No, that sounds horrible. And so you. So you see her her depression isn't a bad thing to get rid of it. It's a good thing. And together we made a list of twenty five things that her. Negative feelings and her negative thoughts showed about her that was really beautiful and they were obvious powerful things like her anger. What is that show about her well arrangers healthy. The those boys parents never should've let them go playing with neighborhood kids with a loaded rifle. So is this why we see so many very successful and creative people in the world suffer from depression anxiety. I don't think I know the answer to that question and I'm not even sure that's true I know that's a kind of a myth that people people. Do like to talk along those lines and certainly true that a lot of famous if two people have struggled with depression, a lot of people who aren't gifted. In that way have struggled with depression to what I'm referring to this a little different not that Karen has some or people who are depressed have some special. Aptitude that just that their feelings are the expression of what's beautiful about them they it's not due to mechanical imbalance in the brain or some mental disorder but here's the bottom line once she saw this and I said maybe Karen we don't want to press that magic button which style your emotions down to a lower level where you feel better. But you could still keep all these these beautiful qualities of high standards and love for your daughter and humility was another. Quality that she had that was you could see in her depression herself criticisms and she said Yeah let's do that. So I said how depressed would you WANNA BE BETWEEN Today and for the last nine years, you've been hundred out of one hundred. How much depression would you need? itchy. So ten percent is enough. And I said, well, can I show you on twenty? She started laughing said no tennis plenty and she gave numbers to dial down her shame or guilt or anxiety or rage to like five. Zero ten in that range, and now her resistance has disappeared and then I was able to help her crush her negative thoughts which were distorted like I never should have let her go out and play. Well, you'd have to be a fortune teller to know that she's being so unfair to herself but once that resistance disappears and she and her shame disappears and she sees that are negative. Feelings are beautiful positive something to be proud of then it's paradoxically easy for her to smash those thoughts and recover, and that's why I wrote feeling great because the. When I work with people now, they generally recover in just one session. It has to be ninety minutes session like with care to our session to to go through the various steps but ninety percent of the time people recovering now in one session, and this is revolutionary in new, and the reason I'm writing feeling great is because the general public can use these techniques whether or not. You're in therapy to vastly accelerate your your recovery and it's a very positive it's a realistic but but but positive message and I think it's a major breakthrough in psychotherapy.
Rob Maurer Of Tesla Daily And David Trainer Of New Constructs
"Everybody, Rob Power here. Today we have the good fortune to be joined by David trainer of New Constructs David. Put out a note last week with his team on Tesla that was relatively bearish. So I thought it would be a good opportunity to have somebody on the podcast. Maybe give a different perspective than what is sort give day to day and hopefully. We can both learn a little bit throughout the course of the conversation So David a former analyst with credit. Suisse. And then for the last couple decades, he is the founder and CEO of new contracts on investment research firm so David Nathan, you want to add to that in terms of your workings INS specifically this note on Tesla. Yes sure. No. We we're an independent research firm. So we don't doing any investment banking or trading There was a time when I ran a hedge fund will be don't do that anymore. So there's there's no short position in Tesla and honestly there's there's no axe to grind here. I'm flattered to to you on the show and I'm also a big fan of cars and I think beautiful. And I think would Elon Musk has been. Has Been Great for our world. I. Think he was really a tipping point in enforcing the big autos to to move more toward electric vehicles. What let's face it. You know one has to question why they never really wanted to do it on their own how they needed external government pressure to to increase gasoline efficiency. When that at the end of the day, we just lowered the cost of ownership for their product, which is a good thing but yet they didn't do it want us to wonder why that is. So I think he lawn. With respect to Tesla Electric Vehicles and our environment has done the world huge service. Insides one lead that fan I think the cars are beautiful. I wish I had one of my kids always rave about how much how awesome they are when they ride in one of their friends parents Tesla's it's funny in in. So I think there's a lot of good that has come out of what you musk is done at this space as well as other spaces. And the beautiful green cards. So you guys are kind of approaching it from a just an overvalued perspective on the company right now. Yeah. It's it's really kind of an old school throwback to the fiduciary in investor as opposed to the speculator the trader. Look there's no doubt you know as Jim, Cramer said he he's a fan test left for the last eighteen hundred points right? I mean look the momentum. The trading aspect here's Banal and it's been a huge wealth creator. An Art perspective is very narrowly focused on the fiduciary and decide the of risk. In, a market that's been such a strong performer. Since the The deer in in March you know, I think some people we got some feedback that people were kind of looking at how to manage whether or not we're at the top or or not in this market and we thought you know look. The first thing you do is identify where there's the most risk in your portfolio. So we kind of went through we cover around three thousand stocks as well as ETF's mutual funds and we looked for like, okay where's this? Where's the where's the risk extreme and then you know especially with Tesla, you gotta take into account all these sort of the optionality, all these great things that that Tesla might do. To, justify the future cashflows embedded in the stock price. And we went through the checklist and we thought, okay, we think there's a fair case to be made here for those with fiduciary responsibilities and produce responsibilities. To Take into account. Or. Consider. The risk in the stock relative to fundamentals. Sure. I know that that's a big part of your note later on. So definitely get through to some the valuation stuff So I thought probably the best way to kind of just kind of structure. This was to go point by point. I've had a lot of listeners that have read your note and have sort of asked me to give my my thoughts on it. So I thought you know what better way to do that than have the man himself here to discuss with me so Sweet. So you've got a lot of I mean this is probably a few thousand word article here. So let's just start right at the top. So you start off by saying. Really comparing the devaluation of tesla per car sold versus other automakers. I wanted to just sort of get your thoughts on this because I think you know this perspective or this this particular metric in isolation to me isn't all that particularly meaningful us are wanted to you just sort of get your take on why Joseph Start off with this and then get sort of my thoughts as well. Yeah, we're just sort of a level center to get a sense of how rich the expectations are and in just to give some perspective our approach valuation is is as I say, tomato analysts. Would you rather be a fortune teller or critic before to tell her and we see Mr Market or the stock market is a fortune teller. Here, she is giving us a price every day, and what we do new constructs is reverse engineer what the future cash flows, the revenue, the margins, the capital efficiency, the business, all that we reverse engineer with those need to be to justify the price and so. What we like to do is kind of begin be objective perspective on evaluation is and that's what we see in this chart like there's a big disconnect. It's not to say that Tesla can't achieve these expectations but for right now, there's a lot of credit given to what the company will do in
Police arrest suspect in arson fire at Arizona Democratic Party headquarters
"Led to the arrest of a former Arizona Democratic Party volunteer who allegedly set fire to the headquarters in downtown Phoenix last Friday. The ex police sergeant Mercedes Fortune Teller. Running. They were able to develop that enough trouble cost to make that arrest and they arrested Matthew regular for the arson. There's been a couple of social media posts that believed to be authored by him, and that was that were posted by him. 29 year old egg Lor had been previously banned from volunteering with the party because of apparent bad behavior. In the past, he's been booked on one count of arson of an occupied building. You
"fortune teller" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Realize it wasn't clear shower curtain. He was just painted to look like a clear shower curtain. No Man, then I would know for sure so many was and that shower curtain. Definite tell just waiting to spring upon me. Very talented artists is there to murder you yeah, you know what I. I normally not super paranoid about checking behind the shower curtain. If I haven't been, you know around in a little bit but rather than check by the shower curtain I'll give the shower curtain, really hard punch. That's cool well. It makes more sense anger somebody if they're behind their if I. So wait. Are you imagine if you peak by the shower? Grades of AB behind their day. And you were disclose a back up and go to bed. Pretend I didn't see him. No I I. Give It A. You know not a little punch to be honest. It's a real big the. And Yeah, because if I opened up the shower, and then they got a knife. They're gonNA. Thrusts at, knife. Jaw into my brain right. But they they're not going to see a punch coming because they're buying the shower curtain. Do you think would be most likely to murder you out of everyone in the world. Everyone yeah. Lake if if. If If. Fortune Teller Yeah came up to you and said you're going to die. You'RE GONNA. Be Murdered. Yeah, If you can tell me who you, who, if you incorrectly gets, who murders you I'll tell you when it happens and I'll give you. Eighteen million dollars and it's a silly it'd be somebody I knew. Maybe maybe not. Oh, I mean girl. Difficult if it was like a stranger that was like went crazy. What if the Fortune Teller told you? It's somebody that you are aware of who would be. Who would be your your top guests? Eighteen million dollars on the line. Would I be able to ask them if it was a celebrity? Yes you would be able to ask. And what would they say? They will take no. Did. They used to be a celebrity. Actually you know what let's say. Yes, there are celebrity. Boy then. Add Down, even know I don't really know any celebrities so. I would ask about the level of fame. Is this somebody I'd see on the cover of star? You know there's there's no, there's more there's no more questions. Can I three guesses. Can I say the first question and ask them a more specific. Is it a celebrity? That's famous enough to appear on the cover of Star magazine. Tom, what celebrity isn't famous enough to. Appear on the cover of Star magazine. Now they've got two. It's Liz Taylor. or Michael Jackson. Tom They're not gonNA. Be responsible for your death were. MAYBE DR CONTRAST! Oh Dr. Yeah well. If I knew if I knew him in real life, he would be number one. Oh, it's GonNa be Doctor Conrad Murray. Right. Fewer guests. You know you're getting murdered. Somebody, you know. I'm in it..
"fortune teller" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"So I run out house. I forgetting that it's ten dollars to keep running call to hit the ground running and I am running across the field. I turn round and there is this Joe. Vicks Vapor Rub in one hand and my shirt on the other hand going. Jesus Christ but you survived. I got back to got another minibus back to the town. A as I arrived I started having these poison. Convulsions but I got back to the hotel where my friend was. Staying just was sparked up for sixteen hours. But then it wasn't you won't even do in any investigation or anything. We just have you walk in the forest. Pure humiliation is being Tara Way to die solution no one would even known taking you take a lot of risks. Generally speaking and there's been other times you brought to me been new. You've been technically done. I was clinically dead. In general hospital in Tacoma district in Kenya in the northwest of Kenya was misdiagnosis. But I'd contracted cerebral malaria. And and is this extrordinary staying with living with this group of Takarno mounts in northwestern Kenya and and they said you've got to go and visit the Fortune Teller Fault you tell over the visit. I'm going to be interesting. We're going in. This guy lived in all by himself outside the village and he was grumpy old busted. You just sat in this hub waiting for people to come to him and and he looks up. Oh it said you know. It's just like these. These two white guys have just suddenly turned up at your heart. You're not remotely face but of course not. It's fortunate so so he says you've come a fortune so so he gets his cowhide now and the idea is throat on a couple of hide sandals and according to how they land you can then tell something about about the person you're throwing it down on their behalf and so so my friend. Adrian the same Paul Sorta papper. He had his done. I in the they both landed right way up in a particular configuration. The guy's not much going on in your life then apart from the fact that I mean Tha Communist. So does mine and he's at all. Oh Wow you are seriously ill fine. I'm totally fine. You you you very close to death and I completely fine. There's nothing wrong with me. That's what you say okay. Well thanks great. Nice to meet you so happened that day. We had to go back to the regional capital. Loudwar and Adrian had to go off down to Nairobi. And I was just GonNa stay there for a few days during a bit a bit of research before came back up and we went off to this camp and as soon as we go to lauren agent at gone suddenly started feeding really weird and then everything was coming out both ends and I collapsed and then I tried calling out into the street and I black tau and it happened. That a blacked-out literally across the road from Ludwig General Hospital. Which is the only hospital for about six hundred and I woke up two days later staring into this guy's face as his eyes. Were literally clouding over. And he died right in front of it was the first thing I saw when I woke up. This guy dying in because our pets have been pushed together because there was so little room and then the doctor comes out. Oh you're meant to be dead so that was him. No no no. You're done on this. Debt.
"fortune teller" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid crumb all this week. We're going to be looking at psychics and mediums and people oh who read your fortunes and so we'll start out with the question. psychics real fraud on a Monday in nineteen ninety ninety. Five the Oprah Winfrey show hosted a psychic Roseanne. Ultra not her real name. The show's audience that day number. Just over two hundred rid. After a brief interview with Oprah the psychic turned to the audience and the questions began typically referred to as fishing or coal whole readings. The questions were brought. Has someone lost a loved one recently a mother or sister or brother recently then then. She pressed several individuals but nothing really clicked out of two hundred individuals. She was only able to make generalities with only a few specifics. Picks in the end she caught one a woman who lost her mother to cancer. It was a moment that odd the audience and struck Oprah silent if you'd like to watch the technique of cold reading without leaving the comfort of your living room checkout the CBS TV. Show the mental EST if ran. I'm from two thousand eight to two thousand fifteen and I'm sure you can catch it on Netflix. It's a story of a father and son Carnival. Act where the sun pretended tended to be psychic when the boy grew up he created a show where he would connect audience members with loved ones who had passed long story short he connected did with a branch of law enforcement and used his knowledge of fishing and coal readings throughout the seven years to show ran to solve crimes crime. I am show plots aside. It's a great example of techniques used by psychics. A few shows back. This podcast covered the effort by famous. Magician magician Harry Houdini to expose psychics and frauds. The professional rarely makes the declaration he or she watches facial responses to specific question. Did someone here lose a son. A Chin wrinkles is glistening with shed. Tears he hones. It's or she hones in. I sense a tragedy. Yes yes rick. Ground the psychic takes a chance with the name was was Frederick Eric on a boat on large body of water. Yes Frederick was on his father's vote on Lake Michigan. You get the idea and you're probably thinking come on on. Who would fall for all that most people? That's who twenty people pay two hundred dollars each filled with expectations -tations Danta room lights slightly dimmed not enough to be noticed but enough to create an atmosphere. Psychic speaks of the nature of death and dying fine. There may be some low music but wait the title. Today's PODCAST psychics reeler fraud. So here's the other side of the coin at the age of thirteen. Thirteen Ruby Lynch witnessed from a hiding place that brutal murder of her parents during the initial search of the house for Clues Little Ruby was found. She was in shock doc fell into a catatonic state for the next decade. She was institutionalized at twenty three she assigned was assigned a new case worker. A woman woman wanted to get closure for Ruby. She sat in a room with her and read out loud. The police report that cited the capture of the murder still Ruby Ruby remained unresponsive. Then the caseworker decided to take her to a psychic that worked out of a building on the edge of town. The psychic was told only that ruby behead witness a brutal murder of her parents no other details upon their arrival ruby and her social worker were ushered into a room with no windows and only one door. There was a small card table three chairs. The walls were bare and there was no ventilation. The Room was well lit though stuffy. The door was closed as soon as they entered the psychic sat rigidly in a straight back chair with no arms from the time. Ruby and the caseworker. Were seated. No one spoke minutes past than the psychic slot forward over the next thirty eight minutes a psychic describe where Ruby had been hidden too the tiniest. Es detail our parents had been murdered and when she straightened up is close. She described three Special Memories Ruby out of her mother baking cookies for Christmas Christmas helping Ruby prepare for elementary talent show and teaching her to use a sewing machine. When the memories were recounted by the psychic kick Ruby began to sob when the psychic recited details of her father teaching her to drive Ruby began to cry rocking forward and back forward and back feeling that this was somehow more than Ruby? Could handle the caseworker ended. The session took Ruby back to the state facility and went to the police department that handle title case. No no one had requested a copy of the case which had long been sealed. The psychic was not known to the cleese and what her name was entered into criminal database. Nothing came up the next day. The caseworker control to the outskirts of town parked in front of the building with a session with skull. No one answered the door and it was determined that the building had been unoccupied and occupied only occasionally for the past ten years and read recently been purchased and was slated to be demolished today at thirty five Ruby. Lunch lives a quiet life alone and works part. Time I'm in a flower. Shop reformer caseworker. Drop spy and now and then to see how she's doing on one visit. She asked Ruby what she remembered about the visit with the Psychic Ruby looked at her with a blank stare then stated that she had no memory of such a visit psychics. reeler fraud. You you decide. All this week will be taking a look at psychics and fortune tellers and mediums. Well today's Today's podcast was produced. Here night all sounds studio all main some places except for the day and data the Oprah Winfrey show have been changed. The case of Ruby Lynch was summarized memorized from a police report. His missa mysteries is brought to you by the Rogue Valley. Metaphysical Library now creek gathered to treat and you can listen to kiss myths and mysteries every Monday Wednesday and Friday. But if you like these stories of suspense and intrigue let me know. Drop me line at Kit K.. Chrome that CRM BE AT G MAIL DOT COM. And if you have a story about a psychic or medium or fortune teller let me know. Give me a name a number and I'll use it in the podcast. This kit chrome thanks.
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid crumb all this week. We're going to be looking at psychics and mediums and people oh who read your fortunes and so we'll start out with the question. psychics real fraud on a Monday in nineteen ninety ninety. Five the Oprah Winfrey show hosted a psychic Roseanne. Ultra not her real name. The show's audience that day number. Just over two hundred rid. After a brief interview with Oprah the psychic turned to the audience and the questions began typically referred to as fishing or coal whole readings. The questions were brought. Has someone lost a loved one recently a mother or sister or brother recently then then. She pressed several individuals but nothing really clicked out of two hundred individuals. She was only able to make generalities with only a few specifics. Picks in the end she caught one a woman who lost her mother to cancer. It was a moment that odd the audience and struck Oprah silent if you'd like to watch the technique of cold reading without leaving the comfort of your living room checkout the CBS TV. Show the mental EST if ran. I'm from two thousand eight to two thousand fifteen and I'm sure you can catch it on Netflix. It's a story of a father and son Carnival. Act where the sun pretended tended to be psychic when the boy grew up he created a show where he would connect audience members with loved ones who had passed long story short he connected did with a branch of law enforcement and used his knowledge of fishing and coal readings throughout the seven years to show ran to solve crimes crime. I am show plots aside. It's a great example of techniques used by psychics. A few shows back. This podcast covered the effort by famous. Magician magician Harry Houdini to expose psychics and frauds. The professional rarely makes the declaration he or she watches facial responses to specific question. Did someone here lose a son. A Chin wrinkles is glistening with shed. Tears he hones. It's or she hones in. I sense a tragedy. Yes yes rick. Ground the psychic takes a chance with the name was was Frederick Eric on a boat on large body of water. Yes Frederick was on his father's vote on Lake Michigan. You get the idea and you're probably thinking come on on. Who would fall for all that most people? That's who twenty people pay two hundred dollars each filled with expectations -tations Danta room lights slightly dimmed not enough to be noticed but enough to create an atmosphere. Psychic speaks of the nature of death and dying fine. There may be some low music but wait the title. Today's PODCAST psychics reeler fraud. So here's the other side of the coin at the age of thirteen. Thirteen Ruby Lynch witnessed from a hiding place that brutal murder of her parents during the initial search of the house for Clues Little Ruby was found. She was in shock doc fell into a catatonic state for the next decade. She was institutionalized at twenty three she assigned was assigned a new case worker. A woman woman wanted to get closure for Ruby. She sat in a room with her and read out loud. The police report that cited the capture of the murder still Ruby Ruby remained unresponsive. Then the caseworker decided to take her to a psychic that worked out of a building on the edge of town. The psychic was told only that ruby behead witness a brutal murder of her parents no other details upon their arrival ruby and her social worker were ushered into a room with no windows and only one door. There was a small card table three chairs. The walls were bare and there was no ventilation. The Room was well lit though stuffy. The door was closed as soon as they entered the psychic sat rigidly in a straight back chair with no arms from the time. Ruby and the caseworker. Were seated. No one spoke minutes past than the psychic slot forward over the next thirty eight minutes a psychic describe where Ruby had been hidden too the tiniest. Es detail our parents had been murdered and when she straightened up is close. She described three Special Memories Ruby out of her mother baking cookies for Christmas Christmas helping Ruby prepare for elementary talent show and teaching her to use a sewing machine. When the memories were recounted by the psychic kick Ruby began to sob when the psychic recited details of her father teaching her to drive Ruby began to cry rocking forward and back forward and back feeling that this was somehow more than Ruby? Could handle the caseworker ended. The session took Ruby back to the state facility and went to the police department that handle title case. No no one had requested a copy of the case which had long been sealed. The psychic was not known to the cleese and what her name was entered into criminal database. Nothing came up the next day. The caseworker control to the outskirts of town parked in front of the building with a session with skull. No one answered the door and it was determined that the building had been unoccupied and occupied only occasionally for the past ten years and read recently been purchased and was slated to be demolished today at thirty five Ruby. Lunch lives a quiet life alone and works part. Time I'm in a flower. Shop reformer caseworker. Drop spy and now and then to see how she's doing on one visit. She asked Ruby what she remembered about the visit with the Psychic Ruby looked at her with a blank stare then stated that she had no memory of such a visit psychics. reeler fraud. You you decide. All this week will be taking a look at psychics and fortune tellers and mediums. Well today's Today's podcast was produced. Here night all sounds studio all main some places except for the day and data the Oprah Winfrey show have been changed. The case of Ruby Lynch was summarized memorized from a police report.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip shown off in full thanks to leaked renders
"So y'all are GonNa Flip Z.. Flip press renders which have officially leapt So from what we see so far. The galaxies e flip features six point seven main display at a twenty two nine aspect ratio. So that's a new number coming in ultra thin glass last display with improved your ability over the galaxy fold plastic display so hopefully this one will not be recalled and cause all sorts the headlines this brought up in the midst of launch can has a second one point zero six inch super amyloid outer display a small one for a time notifications kind of like the old phones of the past the old flip phones to twelve megapixel cameras a snapdragon eight fifty eighty five plus on the inside eight gigs of Ram. Two hundred fifty six gigs of onboard. Storage D- A thirty three hundred million battery and it is expected to be revealed alongside the Galaxy Twenty at Samsung's February eleventh event If this gets you excited raise your hand. I'm I'm interested. I'm always look certain to yeah. I mean that's pretty slick. It's got the the Samsung kind of design From the phones maybe a little chunky around. It's it's hard to like criticize. You know ah come up with criticized criticisms on this because there aren't that many foldable phones out there that even exists. But you know Kinda like the vessels look a little. I don't know maybe a little dated dated. I don't know well I guess we'll see when we see it in person but I can imagine they've been working on this for a long time. Yeah the show. The Basil's alert probably going to be a little dated. The maybe the design is going to be a tiny bit dated. Because it's something that somebody drummed up a while ago when this was in style. Ira Yeah Yup think looks looks pretty slick though I have to say I like it better than that narrow book doc style of the Galaxy fold. I think this excited me I heard about it because the top down fold is it is interesting that you know the Star Trek communicator style. Rather than rather than the book opens style you know which unlike the was it the is it. The XIAOMI won the new one that is the that is like the the elementary school Fortune Fortune Teller. One one opens like that works right take back or trying their thing. I mean yeah and this. Isn't that far away. Like this is right around around the
The Happy Foot/Sad Foot Sign of Los Angeles
"On monocle. Twenty four brought to you by the team behind the urban est the show. What about the cities we live in this week? MANACLES COLLARTOO Rabelo. Takes us to the neighborhood of Silverlake in Los Angeles to show story of an unassuming thanks city icon a rotating sign outside foot clinic and trade. Let's listen in. There are many things that define the city of Los Angeles Palm Trees. The Hollywood sign film film studios scattered around and Winding Hills. That surround the city. One thing that I discovered upon moving there was that for residence of the east side that it is around as Silverlake and echo park areas. There's another item to be added to that list. The humble happy foot slash sad foot sign at first glance it might seem odd that the billboard of a podiatrist has become the unsung hero of a neighborhood. Mud there's more to the story than this sitting in the intersection between Sunset Boulevard and Benton way this blue sign advertises the foot clinic back in an unassuming strip mall one of the money that you can find in this car. Centric city with a Navy blue background to cartoons grace as the sign on one side a happy and healthy foot and on the other hand bandaged up sat foot holding on for dear life to a pair of of crutches every day and night assign slowly rotates on US access and here it's where the mystique surrounding its it's existence begins to make sense. You see this is one of the busiest intersections in the city and as scores drive by on their way to work important meetings a date or to simply hang out with friends. The sign has kind of become a sort of fortune teller for residence. If when when you drive by you see too happy foot that could be taken as a sign that you'll have a good day or be successful at a particular event or a goal that you have coming up or maybe you should say yes to something on the other hand if you stumble upon the sad fort while that's bad news for you from the Urban Tarot card reader. Perhaps you want go to that gym class after all or want. Make that phone call or worse you have have to brace for. What's not going to be a good day at all of course as with any superstition? This is not inaccurate. Fortune fortune-telling instrument. There's something quite mystical about this. Humble sign being embraced and cherished by Angelenos while having such an impact Own Their state of mind and decision making capabilities but this is not just an urban tale. The happy I sat foot sign has been immortalized. Allies in popular culture to it is featured in Jonathan Lethem's novel you don't love me yet. On David Foster Wallace's the Pale king in music deals have track titled Sad Foot Sign Serve. ooh And the musician back has spoken about it. In an interview to despite its cult following last year residents woke woke up to worrying news the foot clinic was moving premises and the sign was going to be taken down and destroyed a pop. Up Store was launch to help save an restored. The happy for sat foot blue sign. Here you could buy pins t shirts hats and more featuring the iconic collaborations of the two feet in September when it got taken down the team behind the store why kit trading post decided to take the signed signed to their store in east Hollywood while the clinic the side Swat to do it. It's not the same as driving by it every day but if it's any consolation consolation it means that the sign still belongs to Angelinos and hopefully we'll be back to. Its rotating position in an unassuming intersection soon. For now I'll take solace in the fact that whenever I
"fortune teller" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Responded Karen reception center for about two weeks has been set up with two queens high school in Hemet hot and dry conditions going to continue through the weekend raising the risk of wildfires in the south land the National Weather Service says even though temperatures going to cool down a little bit starting tomorrow humidity levels are low temperatures are high Santa Ana winds are expected to start blowing gusting up to thirty five miles an hour news brought to you by Rueter hero plumbing firefighters to put out a half acre fire that burned a stack of hay bales along the two ten freeway employment LA fires Margaret Stewart says the fire crews contain the fire at about half hour this afternoon they're still on the scene though clearing out about a thousand Hey bills and they're making sure that that fire doesn't re ignite a fortune teller in Florida probably you should have seen this coming. and Florida's fortune teller is going to prison for bilking one of her clients out of one point six million dollars a twenty eight year old woman has been sentenced to three years in prison for scamming a Texas medical student she found crying at a mall the woman claimed to be a psychic who could lift the woman's family curse and spent the next seven years scamming her out of more than a million and a half dollars a judge has ordered her to repay the money that's about it okay if I news there's a new drug for kids allergic to peanuts Dr Jennifer Ashton says the FDA is considering an experimental drug which can help kids avoid life threatening reaction that allows children to have accidental exposure to an equivalent of two peanuts the advantages of this for parents if they really dials down the fear and anxiety they have with their kids being accidentally exposed a formal approval process for the drug is to take place in January of twenty twenty crash in Torrance on the four or five yeah this is on the four or five southbound right of western it's taking up the middle lanes there your drive is starting to stack up from just after Artesia Boulevard Anaheim.
"fortune teller" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Next weekend is the mother's day specials where everything has to do with lobster. You bring your, mommy. And or you bring on mom in could be your wife was a mom bring any girl in from the street. I don't really find him on the streets, lobster oriented and a woman is going. Get a free glass of sparkling wine of some sort. So that's nice. That's love next weekend. This weekend is this weekend. Where? Thank you. This week. We did five full days next week is Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. No thursday. No friday. Kevin inform me Kevin last time. He was in. Here was running out to two man match the podcast first. And then and then the two men with Michael cruelly, right? How did you do? We lost. I told you we were about a seven to one hundred. Yeah. Into the bet on the other team and make money. I felt like betting after the first three holes I wished I had. But you really can't bet on the other team because then you just throw it on purpose. But we made it to seventeen did they cash winning guests? They do they do. But there would have been an investigation into that one seventeen to two and one to one. Yeah. Okay. And so two and one how did you play not well to start, but I played well on the back nine and you wanna throw Michael really under the bus? No lilkely. He's terrific company. As you know, that doesn't mean I didn't say that he's great company, and I'll never ever have any other to man partner because we have a blast losing together. So Jimmy trillion I his older brother one of his one week ago. We won the flight Michael tell the people what that glassware. Look like you've seen. It's a beautiful decanters, and it, and it is next to all of our third place gross trophies. Because that's apparently what we are is a family. Yeah, we're gross. And we finished third. That's the money. Let's get. Sports as predicted by me yesterday on fortune teller, if you watch the show, the PTI show Joel Embiid had a great game at home for the seventy Sixers. Joel Embiid has stunk the joint out for the first two games. He had shot seven of twenty five in into games in Toronto. He was averaging fourteen points and seven rebounds which stunk because during the regular season, he was averaging twenty seven and a half points and thirteen point eight rebounds. He was at fifty percent of his output, and he was mouthing off all the time. Anyway, because that's what he does is move. Well, some of us me predicted that he'd have a great game at home. And he did he was nine for eighteen. He had thirty three points and ten rebounds and five blocks Cup blocks means something, right? They do a couple of them were fouls. But whatever they got caught up into it. One was after Jack amid trip them William Meghan. He was dominant Johnny when he's like that. Is there a better big man compo better better back to the basket consistent player, although he faces and shoots three half? Anthony Davis would be I take I take Anthony Davis. As embiid's at some point Karl Anthony towns is a big thick guy is going to be in that conversation. He was. Embiid was great why Leonard on block thirty three. You can't stop quite Leonard. But here's here's why I got the series wrong. I forgot I will fully forgot I closed my eyes to the fact that even with Kawhi Leonard and Marcus all they are choking playoff team Toronto and Kyle Lowry stunk damore into it used to be damore Giro's an and Kyle Lowry stunk. So they traded damore derozen, debris and co. And it wasn't enough to overcome Carr Lowrey two of this series over feels overdone. It it really because if you win one win game for over. Kyle Lowry was terrible less. How many times have you seen him? He's been terrible before, but they have to have him because Kuwait Leonard Tony's gripe player. He's a top three or four plays. Great player. You know, what they said last night in the broadcast. It's not my favorite broadcast, quite honestly, I love brain. But they were talking about quite Leonard that it is not debatable that he is the best two way player in the league..
"fortune teller" Discussed on KTRH
"I can see things that other people can't see my my grandmother was a psychic in nineteen fifty. She was on a drive with my grandfather. She looked down the valley. She's all this rain cloud over barn. It was raining buckets and buckets of water she pointed it out to my grandfather, he could not feed at all. But there was a bad flood that night and about fifty people were killed. Able to see the the rain at all. But she could see it. And he couldn't see it. Well, you know, I I've always wanted to have an experience like that with a psychic. I think psychic see apparently everything except around me. And they've never been able to see a dang thing. And I've never people are very difficult to read. Right. Exactly. I you know, as as a person's worked as a psychic. I've not had too many accurate psychic readings. I'm not easy to read either. Well, I mean, and I and I tried like we had a fortune teller on the air here last summer, and they won't get kind of. I don't know if I don't wanna put words in the mouth. But I mean, they seem kind of frustrated with me, but I had gone to. I went to have my fortune read that day, I paid like fifty bucks to go to somebody on the street who wouldn't let me or should they have a shop on the street. They would let me record it which I thought was suspicious, and then Secondly, I didn't give them any information at all. I mean, they were totally plumbing me for stuff and. I wasn't giving up anything. And in the end. She like, I can't read you. And I thought well that's not reading if you're you're just intuitively based on things I've said, which I think that speaks to why some people think it's a higher level of intuition that that psychics have. And I'm not saying this is your case, but that psychics can legitimately put together things based on less information, for whatever reason the blueprint of the energy that the person brings with them. But yes, there are some people. You know, you cannot read it all the next person might sit down and bam. Bam. Bam. You know, you're right about everything. But that's but to tell you the truth, that's not something I really enjoy very much. Enjoy researching and that sort of thing and the best, of course, houses and investigating these other. I think I can offer more because a lot of people come to you with so many problems and right? Wanted to come back to me. About ninety percent of the games. Yeah. Yeah. And and so that was actually I was watching some late night commercial. That's on right now about California, psychics or something. And they had a guy who said her. It was how specific she was. You know, she knew I was into yoga. She saw me opening my own yoga studio. And I thought dude I could've told you back. Psychics that? You want something more specific than that? Yeah. Exactly. I agree with you. But you're ready for phone calls then right because yes. If I don't go to calls here coming up people be mad at me. And and I wanna get like a half hour then. So I know people have already been calling some of them about West Virginia about moth, Ben specifically, but wherever they're going to do they'll they'll they'll they'll do that coming up, and then we'll go to open lines on the way, if somebody wanted to take one of your tours or to be part of your where.
"fortune teller" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Hatch, you sneezing. God bless you. Would she says saying I'm thinking I'm saying how to she doesn't even know how to reply to round jokes? I'm done. Why did the bills get arrested? Gum buckled, something similar the waist. He held up a pair of pants. Pants deadly. Or what do you call a fat psychic? A fortune teller. Better than that is fat shaming. These are better than. You look we do a poll on Twitter about Syria, and if people are into the jokes or not. Oh, please. And then let's go with what the listeners want all down for that. Just don't understand. We don't laugh at the jokes. We don't think they're funny. Ninety nine percent of the time. I have to repeat the jokes. So who is to put some in. They must have a really boring life. I don't know. The woman's got very many, many nameless voice or some. I got a story is just incredible. I meant to get in yesterday, and we didn't have time. But fortunately, somebody came up with a brain up in New York and undid the stupidest thing ever, but right now at sixteen after seven let's check in with a storm teammate weather center meteorologist Lee span and Lee still colder than a witches body part out there. Well, you know, I would say that it is chilly, whatever that means to you. So we are cool this morning. We stay below average today tonight tomorrow and tomorrow night. But then we take a roller coaster ride and just like the rollercoaster we start inching higher and higher by Saturday. We're close to eighty and by Sunday, the drop comes it's going to be really cold Sunday night and Monday. This could be a Busch gardens ride. It could be we we'll call it. The storm. Do you make forecast I like that that'll work? Hey, let's go to the newsroom here at sixteen after seven and Chris strengthen today won't be payday for forty two thousand coast guard members because of the government shutdown now in its twenty fifth day, the coastguards the only branch of the armed forces affected because it's under the department of homeland security who's funding ran out last month. Members of the house and Senate have introduced legislation to pay coast guard members during the shutdown but bills are likely to go anywhere. A Hillsborough county Mann's accused of physically abusing a child deputies arrested twenty eight year old Allen Stanford of seffner for charges involving a four year old girl. He's facing three counts of. Child abuse with great bodily harm the alleged victim is the daughter of Stanford's live in girlfriend new research warns that earth's ice is melting away at a disturbing rate a UC Irvine study looked at Antarctica's ice and determined that a crucial icesheet has been melting for the last thirty nine years research published in the proceedings of the National Academy of sciences found an even more ominous finding that the rate of loss in Antarctica has increased each decade. I'm Chris tranquil NewsRadio WFL a now. Let's check sports from the ninety five three W D A in AM six twenty sportscenter. I'm Aaron Jacobson the Tampa Bay rays made a deal yesterday. Obvious ideal Garcia has agreed to terms with the razor will pay the former White Sox outfielder three point five million dollars next season. The twenty seven year old is only one season removed from being an American League all star Mel Stottlemyre who pitched for the New York Yankees for eleven seasons and won five World Series titles as a pitching coach for the. A Yankees.
"fortune teller" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"This. Wound Homer. ABS lead three to nothing. Hughes on the cubs rating network? Yeah, just a reminder that game was in Arizona, not in Chicago. You heard that crowd going absolutely nuts. So Kris, Bryant came to the plate in the top of the eighth inning. And he, of course, has been dealing with an injury to his left shoulder the front shoulder. He has in his swing. He hadn't it a home run since July eleven. That's the context for Jim Shea said, you also hear play by play man Len Kasper. Toying around here hasn't made a home run yet since his off with the service hinted at the call, it calms going be right here to set back. Shays has called it more hints, begging them a- hoping. We're just gonna make it happen. Two on Bryant where he hits his home, run with the beat his twelfth. It's kind of fun doing the future. Run call. College JD. Mike has left the boom. A mic drop four, Jim. This Shays working alongside lead casper what a great call the cubs win this game, five one, Kyle Hendricks at his best start of the season four, Chicago eight and two-thirds innings. Three hits one run eight strikeouts. It is notable that they let a pitch that deeply as you know in pastures, they haven't, but the cubs dealing with those bullpen issues. Thanks for listening to baseball tonight. Scoreboard b.'s all short, a check out the baseball tonight. Podcast boop Sean be will join me to discuss that legendary moment for Jim, two shades is well as Christian yelich who's MVP case in the story injury. Sarah Lang's has another edition of the numbers game. We get inside heat on the Yankees and the Red Sox series from Coley arvy. Thanks for listening. Have a great day. Everybody. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight scoreboard and be sure to download all podcasts including the baseball tonight. Podcast ESPN dot com. Slash pod center. Baseball tonight scoreboard.
"fortune teller" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Infield. Williams off to the races if it stuck to the core tying run is good. A store here, the eighth. AT and t. sports net. So startling more take tied the game in the bottom of the eighth inning. Leave it to Jacob stollings. One of the September call ups to finish it in the bottom of the ninth ready to go. Now, one to pitch and a line drive left field base Jacobs is gonna win this game. Scores. Slides in the winter. Jacob schooling's raises the jolly Roger. Sports radio ninety, three point seven, the fan, Jacob stallings, five or beyond his last five games, veteran catcher. One of the good guys in baseball. Mets and the Phillies the Mets with the best record in the nationally east. It's July second, and they continue to be hot with help from Michael Conforto. Here's payoff pitch swing and a high fly ball. Well, hit right-center Harare on the run at the track in front of the fence. He jumps a home run a three run Homer for Michael Conforto. Yeah, it was how he rose, seven, ten w or Michael Conforto drove in a career high. Six runs in this game, his twenty two or b. I in September five more than any other player in baseball, the cardinals and the Braves, and Atlanta cardinals with that. Really emotional, big win on Sunday night baseball behind Adam Wainwright and they took an early three a lead on Monday before FREDDY Freeman did his thing for the Braves. That was shipped care and the Braves television Network, My son, the huge Braves fan in that moment. Josh was like, yeah, we're back, we're this, is it? Unbridled, enthusiasm, love it, odd, bridal enthusiasm, but he was wrong. The pitch might Biddle a swing and a high fly ball left centerfield pit, deep back to the wall. Gutter three run home ever. Harrison Bayer, nine to five cardinals. John Rooney and the coordinators radio network. The cardinals win this game. Eleven to six. That home run by Vader won a four by Saint Louis in game called Wong. Paul d. young yet air Molina and after the game, Harrison baiter talked about the night. There's a situation obviously on how to really get that bad where he, you know, for long the inning with a good walk carpenter to the same exact thing. So in that situation, you're trying to put the bat on the ball hard, and now we're looking for anything besides just in your hands on. So I was just trying to get put a good spring on the ball and. Yeah. I mean, that's that's about right. There is meaningful baseball, and then you just do your best. Everything down the game takes six hours and so be it. You know, you go pitch by pitch and you know it just shows you how fragile certain instances are within the game. So we're just doing a really good job of fighting and selling everything down and letting the game come to us. So it's been a really good really good couple months. So you know there's two weeks left. So RIA that from Fox Sports, midwest at the end of the day, the cardinals in the second wildcard spot, three games behind the Milwaukee Brewers, a half game ahead of those Colorado Rockies. The brewers in this reds in this night was all about Christian yelich swing and a line drive vein sip, the center for Christian yelich ground ball. I base off the glove of bottle down the right field line Granderson fruit. Third, he's gonna be there yellow cheese into second base with the devil and the pitch swam, a drive. Here, what is Gillick snacks room the gap in white Sutter. This could be the one. Going to be held to a w signed for three's going to get. Yeah, you went forward. He got the cycle. Those calls Josh from Bob, Robert m. f. euchre on six twenty WTMJ three out of four of them were anyway from from. Conquer. Yeah, that was tremendous. The brewers went eight to nothing. Christian yelich became the first player in major league baseball history to hit for the cycle gets the same team twice in one season. He had done it against the reds on August twenty. Ninth yell. It's talked about the night after the game. I mean off the value kind of I know this happened. The keep cater that play. This was granny score and honestly, so a lot of credit goes to him. Never run an from. I and able to beat that throw their at home. Interesting. I don't. I honestly don't even know how to describe it or feels like I don't even know if it's really set any up, but Stephanie, he's definitely crazy and trying to enjoy as much as possible. It's nice to do at home too far, the home fans and is pretty exciting moment. You know, it's one of the, I don't know how to explain that either. It's a coincidence, I guess, and all this stuff's real hard to explain us trying to enjoy it as much as possible. By the way, Wade Miley this game five shutout innings. He's had a terrific season at two point. Oh eighty or a. He's a free agent of fall. He set up pretty well. The Blue Jays in the Orioles. And in the top of the seventh inning Blue Jays tacked on. Drive deep to get get, get. Kevin. It's his fourteenth home run of the season. Bluejays lead to Ford or nothing. Buck Martinez with that call on the Blue Jays television network to run a wins, five, nothing over Baltimore, which is just terrible twins into Tigers or a Polack. Oh, back from suspension. Get a big, hit a drive to right field on the next pitch. That's fair about that home run for Polanco. Polanco driving at ball deep into right view, a line drive home, run. From Fox Sports north of here there forever and burp lie Levin, Minnesota win six to one beyond cold stored in through six innings. One earned run and I've strikeouts and maybe the best call of the year happened in the game between the cubs and the Diamondbacks before that, and the top of the sixth inning Evie p. candidate hobby or by has added to his numbers by one of the air, deep left center. This.
"fortune teller" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
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Nine text l. i. f. t. two seventy nine seventy nine seventy nine. He's the baseball tonight. Scoreboard of us are only this is the baseball tonight. Scoreboard board Tuesday, September eighteenth, two thousand eighteen coming up. Jock Peterson has a day in the goat rodeo, the must be a crystal ball and the cubs broadcast booth. And in historic second cycle for Christian yelich. Let's get to it. The first page. On Monday night. The first game of a crucial three game series between the dodgers and Rockies first place in the goat rodeo, the National League West at stake in jock Peterson, had himself an item on day is offering to Peterson, is lifted. Peter seeing. Foods. Crane slowly. Right. Did he get enough. Fastball the the left in the first at bat. This is a really up fast ball that he hits here. This is a majestic homerun. UT era hooks one towards the left field corner Peterson. The cats. Readers. Yeah, Joe Davis Orel Hershiser on the dodgers television network. Dodgers had great at bats against rocky starter, John gray max Muncie also chipped in. Good Pete right center field way back. Three run home run her MAC floods, e and the dodgers have half a dozen of the board. AM five seventy LA sports who was an aide to to blow out. But the most important moment in this game may have happened in the bottom of the first inning and involve rocky shortstop, Trevor story. This storing up twenty eight th coast. Well, the charnel made a great play in the first two, rob Charlie black, but that one was even better by story. He went superman to tied for this baseball. I mean, he laid out watch out for her lil-. He is the ground and off the ground that a spectacular. Huber's Super Bowl them feet off the ground and then get up and make the strong throw, which we're accustomed to sink for Trevor. Two, two. Guys are paying attention to Trevor story. I think he's extremely uncomfortable with his right arm. He's kind of been shaking it out. Is it as arm as Russian train or now. When did he do it? He did it on the dive. Yeah. So what happened was on that die, that great play. Then he made in the first inning is described an AT and t. sports net. He did something in his right form. He felt something. And then when he took a swing in his played parents in the fourth inning, he felt it again, he had to come out of the game at that point. This potentially could be devastating for the Rockies bud black Iraqis manager told reporters after the game that he's hopeful, there's more testing to be done, but it might be that they'll be without Trevor story right in the middle of this huge series against the dodgers. Here's Trevor story after the game talking about his injury. Though for the ball, and then. Long, those little tight, and then just try to play through it. And you know, I song to that pitch kind of our, you know, I felt a little a little low more so is being cautious and we'll find out more tomorrow too. On that time? No. No, just throw. Yeah. Yeah, it's tough man at some unfortunate for fading for me. You have one game, especially game like this, such a huge series. You know, we'll figure it out, you know, make a plan and go for all that overshadowed a great pitching performance from he engine reu- seven shutout innings, four hits and five strikeouts the dodgers want five of the last six at the end of the day, the dodgers with a half game lead over the Rockies in the National League West, the giants in the Padres playing out the string and Evan longoria had himself a good moment, the wind up the pitch swing. There's a shot to laugh if it's fair, it's gone into the corner balcony. The second balcony of the western medals supply company building two run Homer, four longoria. John Miller on can be our Evan longoria with his first home run since September. First in a four, two to win the Mariners. The Astros the Mariners China, hang on their close to elimination. But Daniel Vogel Bach kept them alive for another day. They'll look in by Rondo own and the one one Vogel back the way Suada dry d, the right center field, knowing this is goodbye. Baseball rabbi get up the right Bredon mustard. It is so armee time. Then you'll go back with a pinch, shit grad. So lovey here the top of the eight. And they would win the game four to one that from Rick ribs, not seven, ten ESPN Seattle at the end of the day after the four, two one win the Mariners still, as we said, mathematically alive. Eleven games out of first place, their seven games behind the Oakland Athletics in the race. For the second wildcard, the raise and the Rangers and the raise took the lead in the top of the sixth inning swimming in a five all the center field. It's going to back up Robinson. He said a track, he's to the wall, and it's gone to the batter's eye out there in straightaway center field, Jima Choi with his tenth home run. Dave will six twenty WD the raise win three to nothing. Tyler glass now was tremendous, six shutout innings. Two hits allowed any picked up his first win since being traded to Tampa Bay the Marlins in the nationals Miami starting this game with fifty. Eight victories of course, just macrey has promised that he'll wear the Billy, the moral, an outfit, it the Marlins win sixty games this season in this game. Sterling Castro got a big hit one on the left field that's sending Soto back at the wall, goodbye and add on run. Starling pastoral, a solo home run and save five Marlins. Geffner nine forty WINZ the Marlins bullpen. Largest wanna run a two hits in four innings. Josh fifty. Nine wins for the moral is one away from the magic number of sixty. Excuse me. Sorry. Sorry. Yeah. BUSTER. Sorry the Taylor's. Just in here getting my measurements for the ability of the tomorrow. Sorry. Yeah. No, just one second, one second. Yep. Yeah. So we're going to try and make that happen. Continue on without you pirates in the royals. Starling. Morte got a big hit for the pirates and bottom of the eighth. Left the infield.
"fortune teller" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Sixty six and tell us why have you had vision seen a ghost did a fortune teller predict your future now i am absolutely not superstitious i don't believe in jiangsu's almonds leprechauns or magic spells however one thing did happen to me that i absolutely cannot explain and i'll tell you mine and you can tell us yours also bob costantini is in london he's going to join us live with an update on president trump's trip to the uk there is a lot going on in london right now and president trump is there so is bob costantini but first let's check the damore cast with steve travis it's going to be a very warm day across a lot of the middle part of the country today the mississippi valley is going to see high temperatures topping out pretty well into the nineties saint louis up to ninety six this afternoon kansas city's ninetysix as well and these nineties well extended to a lot of oklahoma and texas a few spots in texas even going to reach up around one hundred today go to see some heavy thunderstorms fire up this afternoon and this evening across parts of the southwest especially in new mexico and southern colorado eastern arizona as well could even be flooding in a few areas some heavier showers and thunderstorms move through parts of the midwest across wisconsin even into southern minnesota and parts of ireland getting those heavy showers and thunderstorms dry in mainly sunny across the northeast and the mid atlantic today and pretty comfortable as well all right thank you steve travis we're gonna talk about superstition tell us yours eight hundred seven three six thirty six sixty six we'll also check in with bob costantini at first light.
"fortune teller" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
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"fortune teller" Discussed on KGO 810
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