35 Burst results for "Frazier"

Wisdom homers in 8th inning, Cubs beat Brewers 8-7

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Wisdom homers in 8th inning, Cubs beat Brewers 8-7

"Patrick wisdom solo home run in the 8th inning was the difference as the cubs defeated the brewers 8 to 7 the lead seesaw throughout before wisdom put an exclamation on a needed victory for the cubs breaking a three game losing skid Wisdom Clint Frazier and Wilson Contreras all had two hits on the night with Contreras also hitting a solo shot Tyrone Taylor had a basis clearing double four Milwaukee who saw their three game win streak halted Michael gibbons got the victory He's now four O with David Robertson recording save number 7 David Shuster Chicago

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Cockburn, Plummer help No. 15 Illinois beat Michigan 93-85

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Cockburn, Plummer help No. 15 Illinois beat Michigan 93-85

"Coffee cart printer now finds a plumber combined for fifty three points is fifteenth ranked Illinois outscored Michigan ninety three eighty five copper delivered twenty seven points in helping the Illini get within one game of Wisconsin for the big ten lead social worker you know make some of our plan because I was going to fall just try to get a good grade started talking so much in a good position plumber provided twenty three of his twenty six points by halftime for the Illini who saw a fifteen point second half lead cut to two in the closing minutes Trent Frazier hit a three pointer with forty five point three seconds left putting Illinois up by seven devided Johns had a season high twenty five points and matched a career high with ten assists for the Wolverines I'm Dave Ferrie

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How to Watch Figure Skating, Skiing, and Curling Tonight

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

How to Watch Figure Skating, Skiing, and Curling Tonight

"No metal in Beijing for the American men's curling team the champs from the twenty eighteen Winter Games won't be on the podium after dropping the bronze medal game to Canada eight five in figure skating pairs competition after Friday's short program to U. S. teams qualified for Saturday's free skate starting the day in sixth place we'll be Brandon Frazier and Alexa canal room we stayed in the plant we've trained so hard to injure the whatever's brought to us and I feel like today we did a good job of just staying focused no matter what we felt it

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Coordinator Frazier provides Bills calm, reassuring presence

AP News Radio

03:02 min | 6 months ago

Coordinator Frazier provides Bills calm, reassuring presence

"In in early early June June twenty twenty twenty twenty America America it it was was on on fire fire facing facing a a reckoning reckoning on on race race that that erupted erupted with with the the police police killing killing of of George George Floyd Floyd in in Minneapolis Minneapolis every every corner corner of of the the nation nation was was impacted impacted including including western western New New York York with with the the Buffalo Buffalo Bills Bills were were preparing preparing for for the the twenty twenty twenty twenty NFL NFL season season wanting wanting to to give give the the events events sweeping sweeping across across the the nation nation some some perspective perspective for for his his players players bills bills head head coach coach Sean Sean McDermott McDermott turns turns to to his his most most trusted trusted lieutenant lieutenant defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Leslie Leslie Frazier Frazier you you know know he he said said you you know know what what I've I've got got some some guys guys on on my my staff staff who who have have experienced experienced some some of of this this they they have have a a different different shade shade of of color color do do not not do do and and I'm I'm gonna gonna have have to to talk talk to to our our players players and and I I think think it it was was a a really really positive positive move move on on his his part part the the now now sixty sixty two two year year old old Frazier Frazier spoke spoke from from the the heart heart drawing drawing on on a a lifetime lifetime of of experiences experiences that that includes includes having having to to switch switch schools schools when when he he was was eleven eleven years years old old during during desegregation desegregation in in Mississippi Mississippi sure sure lot lot of of you you know know a a lot lot lot lot worse worse in in animosity animosity last last lot lot of of stuff stuff you're you're tending tending and and playing playing quarterback quarterback at at Alcorn Alcorn state state and and H. H. B. B. C. C. use use school school in in Lorman Lorman Mississippi Mississippi Frazier Frazier went went undrafted undrafted in in nineteen nineteen eighty eighty one one he he signed signed with with the the Chicago Chicago Bears Bears and and led led the the vaunted vaunted eighty eighty five five bears bears with with six six interceptions interceptions as as Chicago Chicago rolled rolled to to victory victory in in Super Super Bowl Bowl twenty twenty behind behind arguably arguably the the greatest greatest defense defense in in NFL NFL history history led led by by the the legendary legendary buddy buddy Ryan Ryan a a long long time time you you just just exerted exerted out out number number twenty twenty one one for for a a long long time time but but I I made made a a few few plays plays an an advocate advocate Leslie Leslie Frazier Frazier Frazier's Frazier's NFL NFL playing playing career career was was cut cut short short ironically ironically in in the the biggest biggest game game of of his his life life he he suffered suffered a a knee knee injury injury returning returning a a punt punt in in Super Super Bowl Bowl twenty twenty he he never never played played again again Frazier's Frazier's NFL NFL coaching coaching career career has has included included seven seven stops stops in in twenty twenty three three seasons seasons unlike unlike most most black black coaches coaches in in the the NFL NFL Frazier Frazier has has had had a a shot shot at at the the top top job job having having served served as as head head coach coach of of the the Minnesota Minnesota Vikings Vikings from from twenty twenty ten ten to to twenty twenty thirteen thirteen two two thousand thousand thirteen thirteen with with my my youth youth last last year year Minnesota Minnesota now now is is two two thousand thousand twenty twenty one one a a lot lot has has transpired transpired in in that that in in between between time time but but unlike unlike so so many many white white counterparts counterparts who've who've been been given given second second chances chances as as an an NFL NFL head head coach coach Frazier Frazier has has not not he he was was in in the the running running to to become become head head coach coach of of the the Houston Houston Texans Texans last last offseason offseason but but he he didn't didn't get get the the job job when when the the bills bills blanked blanked Houston Houston forty forty to to nothing nothing in in week week four four the the buffalo buffalo defense defense dedicated dedicated the the game game to to Frazier Frazier bill bill safety safety mica mica hide hide that that any any organization organization but but it it happened happened that's that's my my opinion opinion so so for for him him to to get get a a job job is is open open to to the the freezer freezer is is unfailingly unfailingly positive positive in in his his outlook outlook on on football football and and on on race race hi hi my my grandmother grandmother who who really really love love man man just just just just just just about about that that that that will will conquer conquer all all that's that's what what helped helped me me raise raise your your also also knows knows the the reality reality of of being being black black in in America America addressing addressing the the bills bills players players in in June June twenty twenty twenty twenty Frazier Frazier told told the the team team while while he he was was with with the the bears bears he he was was once once stopped stopped and and questioned questioned by by police police over over his his presence presence at at a a suburban suburban Chicago Chicago shopping shopping mall mall then then he he was was recognized recognized and and allowed allowed to to go go on on his his way way hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi up up

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COINTELPRO: The Counterintelligence Program of the FBI

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 8 months ago

COINTELPRO: The Counterintelligence Program of the FBI

"COINTELPRO was a series of FBI projects that were covert and honestly illegal projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation. Aimed at surveilling infiltrating discrediting and disrupting domestic American political organizations. COINTELPRO went from 1956 to 1971. And some of their targets were the Nation of Islam was Martin Luther King Jr.'s organization, the southern pastor leadership conference or whatever the name was. And the only reason we ever learned about COINTELPRO. The only reason we were able ever able to get to the bottom of pros, operations. Was not because of some cross examination from Congress, was not because of a lawsuit. It was about something that I don't support, which was breaking and entering into a federal building. So during the famous Muhammad Ali Frazier fight, which was one of the most watched sporting events to date, on March 8th, 1971, a group of activists broke into the small two man office at the Federal Bureau of Investigation in media, Pennsylvania. They stole more than 1000 FBI documents that revealed years of systematic wiretapping, infiltration and media manipulation designed to suppress dissent. The citizens commissioned to investigate the Federal Bureau of Investigation. As the group called itself, forced its way in at night with a crowbar while much of the country was watching the Muhammad Ali Frazier fight. When agents arrived for work the next morning, they found the cabinets virtually empty virtually emptied, within a few weeks the documents began to show up, mailed anonymously in Manila envelopes with no return address newsrooms of major American newspapers. From that point forward after 1971, COINTELPRO was sunsetted and the government, the federal government's effort to wiretap an infiltrate American political organizations seemingly

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"frazier" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:57 min | 8 months ago

"frazier" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

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"frazier" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"frazier" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"All the best shit in my life has been a surprise. I'm telling you. And that's what keeps me excited and I do think I'm an optimistic person at heart, just for that reason alone. Man, a month before I sold my book, I remember I was like, it was Christmas Eve and I was at like a weed dispensary in California, buying my little brother weed and I was in a job. I hated and I was like, just thinking to myself, I was like, oh, my God. What the fuck am I doing? I did finish my book and things really changed for me. I don't know. It's all it's fucking cool. That's simple. So how else have things how else have things changed for you? Are you working on a next thing? Are you working? Are you, what are you doing right now? Gosh. Well, I spoke coming up. Yeah, I think the fun of someone asked me the other day, who's like your idea like your model for like a dream career? Like, who would you want your creative be like? And I felt like really genuinely like that I the answer was like no one. I want to have my own career. I want to do my own fun weird shit, you know? So I've been working in a lot of different spaces. I of course want to write my second novel and it's going to be a queer stoner tragedy. I believe, but, you know, I've also been working in the TV space. I just finished up on this, the writers are for this really cool new 8 24 Netflix show called beef and I think it's going to be kick ass. Yeah. It was like one of the great writing experiences in my life in some ways because the room was like predominantly Asian. And like the first day I had to turn off my zoom camera and cry for a sector just because I was like, holy shit, I was like, I'm around such brilliant, smart people, I was like, I love this. Wow. Yeah..

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"frazier" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

02:04 min | 8 months ago

"frazier" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"To what I was talking about with, like, I mean, you're right on that is definitely a theme of the book, just this kind of love, not being pure, like, not just being because of who a person is, but what they are to a degree for. Truly, like, you know, pizza girl, like, so much the appeal of Jenny is like, oh my God, this person is like an age. I can't even imagine for myself, like in her late 30s, early 40s. And she's like me. Or I think she believes that they're the same. You know, and that belief can propel you to some weird places, as you see in the book, feeling of like, this is like someone that I feel to like a soul level that makes me really think that like, oh yeah, we are more than like blood and bone and like impacts of flash. It's powerful stuff when you're that age, especially. How this idea of, you know, love, not just being like, pure love, which I think is awesome. Where is that coming from? Why is that thought that you even, what is that from? What is that? Yeah, like how are you? Why is that something that's on your mind? I don't know. I could be wrong. I think it's just that it's wrong. I just think it sounds like we're thinking about that. Yes. Yes, yes. I think it's because, you know, and I'm still, of course working through so many things. But there's this part of me that just doesn't feel like I have been able to or will able to like have a quote unquote traditional life, which is like, you know, like, getting married and having a couple kids and doing the white picket thing, it sounds so appealing. And I want to want it. I just never really have. And maybe that'll change maybe that won't, but it's like, I think I was just thinking a lot about how like, you know, like I did in turn to a relationship once because I was freaking.

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"frazier" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

01:35 min | 8 months ago

"frazier" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"Copy. Copy. Is that like, where did that come from? My little sister couldn't say my name when she was 7 years younger than me. That's sweet. And so she can say my name when she was a child and but it's the kind of thing where if you were to come over to my parents house and meet my family can't wait to be there. It would be immediately striking to you that nobody calls me anything but that. That's truly what my entire family calls me. Love that. Yeah. But cammy, cam. So cami is, I think, is actually I think me paying homage to this little reading kid that I was, you know, because I love to read as a kid and I was so sensitive and nerdy and I think that it's like a way of sort of lifting up that kid in a way. Yeah, in general, I mean, what's also funny is I have a similar one. I don't go by Jeannie, but I have many friends that call me Jeannie or jeanie bear, just because it's so as you're jeanie bear, that was like my terrible. But that is like, yeah, it's like it is that sort of almost like not even alter ego, but like people in the know combing that just because it's funny that I am such a gene that to call me anything else feels wrong, but that weirdly makes it right. I don't know. More people. Absolutely. Yeah. Exactly. That's exactly right. Go ahead. This is nothing to do with anything, but my middle name is also my mom's. Amazing. And it is young. Wow, look at us kyong and young. Sounds.

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Tatis, Padres End 5-Game Skid, Cut Giants' 9-Game Win Streak

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Tatis, Padres End 5-Game Skid, Cut Giants' 9-Game Win Streak

"The giants nine game win streak came to an end as the Padres outs like San Francisco nine to six Adam Frazier and Fernando tatties junior each had four hits apiece Frazier with a two run double and Eric Hosmer added a two run single Joe Musgrove pitched six innings and allowed three runs to get the win it just feels good to be back in the win column and it's been awhile since we've won the game the Padres remained one game behind St Louis for second place in the National League wild card the giants with solo homers from Tyrrel strata Kris Bryant Steven Duggar and Brandon belt despite the loss San Francisco scored at least six runs in each of its last ten games Riley Aung San Francisco

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Darvish Earns 1st Win in 11 Starts, Padres Beat Angels 8-5

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Darvish Earns 1st Win in 11 Starts, Padres Beat Angels 8-5

"The Padres were eight five winners over the angels that you Darvish threw six innings of one run ball for his first victory in eleven starts Darvish allowed just three hits in winning for the first time since June twenty first against the Dodgers Adam Frazier had two hits and three RBIs during an eight run second thank god R. B. as in one inning under the past month so that was a good and I was fun it was good to jump out early like that J. Cronin worth at two hits and an RBI for the Padres who moved a game ahead of the Reds for the second NL wild card mark moments and pitched the ninth for his thirty seventh save tops in the majors Joe what dalam longer as homered for the angels I'm the fairy

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If We Can’t Trust the Wiggles then Who Can We Trust?

The Gargle

01:59 min | 10 months ago

If We Can’t Trust the Wiggles then Who Can We Trust?

"This week. we start with an entertainment section semi. I'm going to start with you on this mos. You're in australia. You have a child. Tell us the latest devastating wiggles news. Well look the wiggles. A have been a lot and i would see all you behalf. Put us through a lot as well and the latest assault on australia is that they Away recently they announced they were adding more wiggles They will be using up. There was a an increase in the model wiggles. But it won't all upset but now if you weren't already outraged because the wigglesworth trying to reflect the diversity of the australian or viewing audience get ready to lose your mind because here it comes. It turns out the wiggles who are famous for singing in pajamas as well. Which is something. I do these days. Anyway i know what the big deal is it. The blue wiggle anthony field has been lip synching the songs this entire time. The words coming out of his mouth. We're not actually coming out of his mouth. He was lip. synching them. this you know what this is. Why anti vaccine happen. It's because you put your trust in institutions and then you discover the institution as light. You and you no longer know who to trust. If we can't trust the blue wiggle to be singing. The songs that he pretends to be singing. Then who the hell can we trust in this day anymore. I ask you alice frazier. I mean this is the biggest wiggle scandal. Since somebody suggested that wigley finger finger guns were actually an incitement to violence is astonishing. But i'm not sure. I'm reading this article where the wiggle anthony field captioned here in. This photograph is anthony. Legal much. tim. Tim apple of apple. I'm not sure if he's not trolling.

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"frazier" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"frazier" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Knew who he was that the ring that night and so in the other corner. Jeremy yes is joe frazier. Who is he as a fighter as this public figure in contrast joe frazier the heavyweight champion the world undisputed like ali won an olympic gold medal. He'd won his gold medal in nineteen sixty four in tokyo. And he is a tough philadelphia fighter. He embodies the boxing. Ethos of that city the relentlessness. He's always moving ahead. He's always coming after you. And he's unusual in respect to that his his best weapon is this fearsome left hook. I think it's fair to say aren't many iconic left hooks boxing history and joe frazier's left hook is one of the alleged legendary weapons the score. It's not artistry it's pow. In so stylistically he and ali are diametrically opposed so what was their shared. History jeremy with each other at this point. It's complicated because they didn't have a history in the ring together. In by the time frazier's emerging as a professional ali is in banishment. There are stories that at this time and they've been disputed. I'm not sure whether they're true. That when ali was was out of boxing and short on funds that frazier gave him some money. Some people say it happens when people say it didn't happen but i'll lee ali. Is he saying things about frazier that are how do i put this unkind these so ugly to be the world heavyweight chats alisa showman who i think are going to withdraw this my shock and amaze retired. You're in. Ali has always said these kinds of things about his opponents. How they tell but with frazier. Frazier's very proud guy. He's not someone who is comfortable selling a fight with his mouth. The way that muhammad ali was and although ali you could argue he was saying the things that he was saying about. Joe frazier calling him ignorant and calling him an uncle. Tom and all of these hateful things ah lien. His mind was doing it. I think to sell fights but that that wasn't good enough for joe frazier. I was talking to. Larry holmes about this the other day the heavyweight champion who's a sparring partner for both of them and he said frazier heated ali for gaba joe to wanted to respect alley. Didn't give it. That's why he was trying to kill him in. Of course you can imagine from joe frazier's perspective right. He wanted his respect to and he was the world heavyweight champion. being the world. Heavyweight champion is is supposed to bring with it prestige and respect and deference in. That certainly wasn't coming from. Muhammad ali germany in terms of the psychology of the public and who they wanted to win who they were rooting for. How did that breakdown across society. The way it's been explained for half a century is is fairly accurate then People who consider themselves the establishment people who had the war effort People who were threatened by by african american empowerment. We're rooting against muhammad ali. There's no question that muhammad ali was the preferred choice of black america. And i think there's little doubt that joe frazier was the preferred choice of white america with obviously be caveats large segments of the population that that that loved ali who were white and who might have represented use movements the counterculture people who were against the war in. That's why you know why this fight rises.

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Reiki Healing, Chakras, & Essential Oils With Andrea Frasier

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Reiki Healing, Chakras, & Essential Oils With Andrea Frasier

"I'm here with andrea frazier who holds. A master's degree in education. Is a national board. Certified teacher raking master teacher and is a certified transfer mational coach andrea offers online ricky classes at the shine ricky school. She is author of the bestselling book. The shock gra method and is the founder and facilitator of the online group. coaching programs. The shocker activation method and the healer within academy andrea. It's honor to have you here with us today. How are you is samantha. I'm so happy to be here. I'm doing great how are you. I'm doing great. Yeah i wanted to dive into this topic as well. We've sort of poked at this topic a bit throughout the Podcast life span but I i don't think i've ever had anyone who's really whole life is released. Circled around this concept and I know that you work. A lot with essential oils and shot grows and rakia and essential oils as well and ricky and essential oils is something that you credit a lot of significant healing and transformation in your own life to is that correct. Oh yes very much. Let's hear about that. How did this journey began for you. Yeah so back in I think it was two thousand three somewhere around there. I was in my early to mid twenties. And i was diagnosed with fibromyalgia which is a chronic musculoskeletal disorder and chronic fatigue as well so he just had widespread pain throughout. My body. just aches all the time. I was tired all the time. And i mean this pain had actually started early back as far as i can remember like middle school In my knees and it just got worse and worse over the years. Our i had trouble sleeping and and just insomnia and it was just always sick and i just never felt good like i literally felt like i was eighty.

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Red Sox Hold On for 4th Straight Win Over Yankees, 5–3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Red Sox Hold On for 4th Straight Win Over Yankees, 5–3

"Hunter Renfroe had two RBIs including a go ahead sacrifice fly in the third inning of the red Sox five three victory over the Yankees Boston's pitchers held New York scoreless over the final seven frames Xander Bogart's put the socks ahead to nothing in the first with a two run double to center field he then scored off Renfro's double to left Matt Barnes allowed two hits in the ninth but struck at Clint Frazier and got DJ lemay hue to hit into a game ending double play for his sixteenth save the red Sox stayed within a half game of the AL east leading race by beating New York for the fourth straight time this month I'm Dave Ferrie

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Pirates Rally for 6-3 Win Over Skidding White Sox

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Pirates Rally for 6-3 Win Over Skidding White Sox

"The Pittsburgh pirates rallied from a run down scoring four times in the seventh inning to top the Chicago White Sox six to three Brian Reynolds had a pair of RBI singles for the pirates while Adam Frazier blasted his third home run of the year Pittsburgh pitcher Tyler Anderson did not allow a run until the seventh when is money grand dollar hit a three run home run for Chicago Pittsburgh native David Bednar picked up his first career win doing so in relief Lucas G. lido allowed two runs on four hits striking out seven over six innings but the AL central leading white Sox have now lost five in a row Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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"frazier" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"frazier" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"An oscar frazier. Thank you so much for being unburned and welcome the show. How's it going. It's going good. Thank you so much. The happiness is a great all right. So you guys are at keio thought leaders and you can text business to six seven eight six seven to one triple four. That's a whole number. Now what short numbers. We don't happens right. Yeah so talk a little bit separately about what you're most excited about in your business today. Because i know you have different roles in the business or me We've streamlined We used to be so broad. We had a lot of great grandiose plans and everything. I think we're learning how to kind of focus in on specific goals that we want to reach before we moved to the next. So yeah i'm a sign about streamlining and really focusing in making each one of our ideas you know the best task can be before we move to the next idea. Yeah yeah i'm excited really abou- moving into the kale thought leaders trajectory with this little years for us. It's it's our story and we're getting to share this with other couple. Preneurs aspiring entrepreneurs. This is truly up ascherman and it. We're so excited about this direction awesome. I like the focusing thing in the military. We have a rule called Kiss have you ever heard of the kiss rule. There's nothing yeah that's the one okay. So later on okay. We are going to talk about a story from kia and that is going to involve her life before she met oscar and vice versa. We're going to get a story from oscar before he met kia and their their brains are spinning as iced. As as i speak i can hear..

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Frazier Snaps Tie, Yankees Come Back to Beat Blue Jays 6-5

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Frazier Snaps Tie, Yankees Come Back to Beat Blue Jays 6-5

"New York scored four unanswered runs to edge trouble six five at Salem feel tied at five of the eight runner Tyler Wade stole second allowing pinch hitter click freezer to score Wade and the game winning run with a double off blue jays reliever Jordan role model New York soccer tripled home runs including rookie Chris Gittens his first of his career all hundred review in the fourth I don't care if it was a home run for a base hit a little wherever that was amazing feeling I just thank god that I was able to get a home run tonight John of the laser picked up the win he six and to which to me is a loss to to fall to one and what role does Chapman picked up his thirteenth six hundred on the debate

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"frazier" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle

The 5 AM Miracle

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"frazier" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle

"Matt frazier is the founder of no meat athletes and robert cheek as the founder of vegan bodybuilding and fitness together. They are the authors of the new book. The plant based athlete a game changing approach to peak performance and now. Here's my interview with matt frazier and robert cheek our today. Quick highlight reel for.

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Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America

60 Minutes

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America

"Three years ago sunken ship was found. In the bottom of an alabama river turned out to be the long lost wreck. The clue tilda the last ship known to abroad. Captured africans to america in eighteen sixty. At least twelve million africans were shipped to the americas in the more than three hundred and fifty years the transatlantic slave trade but as we first reported in november the journey of the hundred ten captive men women and children brought to alabama on. The clotilde is one of the best documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved africans and their story has been passed down through the generations by their descendants. Some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called africa town for one hundred sixty years. This muddy stretch. The mobile river has covered up crime in july eighteen sixty. The clotilde was towed here on of darkness imprisoned in. Its cramped cargo. Hold one hundred and ten enslaved africans as it's amazing myself ban on his show to the ways and award is just not knowing where you were going joycelyn davis lorna gale woods and thomas griffin are direct descendants of this african man. Lua enslaved in alabama. His owner changed his name to charlie lewis. This image is from around nineteen hundred poli allen. Who's african name was ca- poli seen in this hundred year. Old sketch was the ancestor of jeremy. Ellis and darren patterson no close eating where they differentiated only allowed avocado whole for one day a week for two months. How many people do do we know. Now that could've survived something like that without losing their mind there or no photographs of pat. Frazier's great-great-grandmother laudi denison but capriccio wallis in her mother. Cassandra have a surprising number of pictures of their ancestor zula. Whose owner called him cut. Joe louis

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Pulitzer Board Honors Teen Who Filmed George Floyd’s Murder

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Pulitzer Board Honors Teen Who Filmed George Floyd’s Murder

"On the afternoon of may twenty fifth twenty twenty. She was taking her nine year old cousin to buy snacks at an unremarkable corner. Store in minneapolis called cup foods quite literally the definition of minding her own business when she made a quick decision. That would change. The course of history shook out her phone. She started recording. What became the murder of a man in the street. In broad daylight under the knee of a police officer she chronicled the departure of life from the body of the man. We now know. As george floyd today. Darnell frazier was recognized with a special citation from the board that awards the pulitzer prize as reuters. Reported it today quote the citation at the twenty twenty one. Pulitzer prize ceremony is a rare instance of the board recognizing the journalistic achievement of someone with no professional experience in the field. A striking distinction in the genre sometimes known as citizen journalism frazier. Eighteen was recognized for recording quote a transformative video that jolted viewers spurred protests against police brutality around the world and no it is not hyperbole to say that darnell frazier's decision in that moment changed the world people marched around the world. George floyd's name has been spoken in remembrance in the oval office. It's the title of a proposed act of congress. Indeed what darnell frazier did in that. Moment was the definition of electronic journalism as ugly and stomach-turning as the video is to watch the question remains. Would we be saying the name. George floyd were it not for the bravery and presence of mind of a young woman named dr nella frazier

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Darnella Frazier, Who Filmed George Floyd's Murder, Wins an Honorary Pulitzer

Tom and Curley

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Darnella Frazier, Who Filmed George Floyd's Murder, Wins an Honorary Pulitzer

Pulitzers Give Special Award to Darnella Frazier, Who Filmed George Floyd's Murder

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Pulitzers Give Special Award to Darnella Frazier, Who Filmed George Floyd's Murder

"Teenager who pulled out her cell phone and recorded the police restraint and death of George Floyd was awarded a special citation by the Pulitzer prizes during Ella Frazier was cited for courageously recording the murder of George Floyd and highlighting the crucial role of citizens in journalist's quest for truth and justice Rachel was seventeen when she recorded Floyd's death in may of last year at the hands of Minneapolis police and later posted it on Facebook she testified at the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin about what she saw a man terrified and scared big difference

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Frazier’s 11th-Inning HR Lifts Slumping Yankees Over Rays

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Frazier’s 11th-Inning HR Lifts Slumping Yankees Over Rays

"The Yankees and rays reverse recent fortunes with New York winning a five three decision in eleven innings Clint Frazier's three run Homer off educators snapped a four game New York losing streak while handing the racers their second loss in seventeen games the rays they got off to an early two nothing lead across the meadows to run home in the first off the make or mine but the externally with your runs in the third off Tyler glass now York's Miguel and do harm the rays Kevin Kiermaier then traded homers for three three score that remained until Frazier's aerobics in the eleventh it's a feeling that I'm sure that I won't forget just because you know what we've been going through as a teen when I've been going through individually and you know we needed that win six Yankee relievers threw six hitless innings Tom Merriam the York

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Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Reflects on His Death

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Reflects on His Death

"Here is eighteen year. Old ella frazier statement given voice. Tonight by caroline. Randall adams a year ago today eyewitness to murder the victim's name george floyd although it wasn't the first time as seen a black man get killed at the hands of the police. This is the first time a witnessed it happen in front of me right in front of my eyes few feet away. I didn't notice man from a can of paint. But i knew his life mattered. I knew that he was in pain. I knew that he was another black man. Endanger no power only seventeen the time just normal day for me walking my nine year old cousin to the corner store not even prepared for what i was about to see. Not even knowing my life is going to change on this exact day in those exact moment it did. It changed me changed how i viewed life. It made me realize how dangerous it is to be black in america. We shouldn't have to walk on eggshells around police officers the same people that are supposed to protect and serve looked at as thugs animals and criminals all because of the color of our skin.

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"frazier" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"frazier" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"An all time guy then when we meet the deadline so yeah. It's it's a place where time i want to say. It makes me sad. But like i don't ever want to be there yet. Yeah because don't do what i need to do to like but i know what that feels like but i know what's inside of me so nothing can really hold me down because now yeah he made a girl tell everybody where they can get the book because it just dropped yesterday right in fort wrapped yesterday. Yeah you can go to leah. Fraser dot com. There's a tab lessons from the bottom and you can get the book there or if you're big amazon person like i am the just go on amazon. Less from the bottom. Is there on amazon. So go again today. So proud of you leah. This is my sister. I have gosh. I'm met you three years ago. Yes yeah we felt connected. Ever since i know i was like who is. This wanted to know this obvious. Commanding the stage. I could take some notes from her time. And then how you run your podcast and everything down to your marketing and you just put your about to the tiktok okay every bank to the merge in the type of people you need to surround to push you to your next level. Yeah definitely one of those people that i look up to where i'm like okay. This is all we had this standard like this is. This is where you reach. You gonna make me cry. Beautiful theory is. I'm so so serious. Well you know what when you put your mission out there to inspire people to do better you know. Be great leaders. That's that's my mission. That's my goal and my purpose in the when it comes back to you like that whole. Gosh okay we're gonna have to end this this because somebody's ten onions up in this place. Wasn't that don't do that. it's friday it's friday leah. It's been amazing talking to you today. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Thanks for having me. Where can everybody follow you on social media. Yes at the leah frazier o'clock across all platforms can go round this branding. Folks take care girl. And i'm going to get my book. The pri- what a touching and inspiring conversation with the lia frazier multi emmy award winning you know. We didn't even ask about that. Creator entrepreneur in pr and marketing maven leah. I'm so proud of you. Find us online at the culture soup dot com on instagram twitter at the culture soup and on facebook. Podcast.

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"frazier" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"frazier" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"Let's get it always own your. I'm so happy to have you on the show. Everybody i am silly excited that i have the wonderful leah frazier on the live. You know. i'd call her. Ms.

"frazier" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"frazier" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"They have a vegan line. bay also ventured into nanotechnology for bioavailability. So allow the brands. I'm really big on are. The ones are health focused. I think it's kind of hard for us to claim to be a cannabis industry. I think we're placing cannabis products in other sectors where the beheld whether it be leisurely now like this. We haven't really gotten ourselves together. Cost the industry quite yet. So when you see these brands whale as starting themselves and understanding that target audience is just really really top notch others also a lot of small equerry brands on me huge fan. A huge fan of sanctuary farms has added nor cal but just great outdoor flowerlike loudly smaller. These smaller have some really unique product. You know because they've been cultivating these certain strains for certain ways for you know for for for generations and they know. There's some good healing creams as well that i become such big fans of because i know these people who are creating again. I know how much it means to them. Not know about their products formula that was global. The lab is of times. You get to hear people what they're doing. Oh wow that's a lot of effort you putting into your product. They're like tell me more. And those are normally the ones that when you go try it. You really have that consistent experience. Because they've done so much on the formulation in to ensure consistent experience so i have kind a little cheat sheet.

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"frazier" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"frazier" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"I went to a school going to get a second degree in the middle of it. All so that's another story and then graduated And got my first job in nuclear engineering. So i was doing construction for tennessee valley authority. That was a watts bar nuclear project. They're the only one commission at the time. Pretty much to model had to testify in front of the us in our cbp much daily about our actions. You know if you side you walked into a room got to sign your name and a test of being there so always really heavy regulatory based in. I took the job in baltimore like four years after that and iran aerospace lab. I came and asked the manager quickly. Progress to take over the foundries while the department got really early. Kind of baptism in the leadership as it was a union shop plus my salary lab. Employees are really have some trial by fire type training between the two schools at juggled the quick progression into management and somehow ended up in california. We laugh so yeah. That's the story of sort of a renaissance man athlete in a scholar in in an engineer. That right that's how best on so my wife on. But she'll tell you as as her so. A lot of people think of cannabis says this organic substance you grow in. You could grow in your backyard and you know we pay people have used it for. I don't know tens of thousands of years but what you guys do. Is you look at the data. You quantify the all sorts of things about it right all sorts of things where there'd be no. Everyone was duncan. Nab annoy for the longest and Turkeys are important. Really what have been of lost in a conversation is something we should come back to but then beyond that just like you said it's supposed to be organic but maybe not enough soil. The california's a pity mineral-rich state saying the goal rush here for a reason so there's mineral heavy metals that are in the.

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"frazier" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"frazier" Discussed on Kannaboomers | Cannabis for Wellness

"Campuses like oregano. It's an herb that grows in the ground then you harvest and consume it right well. That much is true but you don't process oregano into an aerosol that you inhale and you shouldn't buy oregano anywhere but the supermarket where you buy the groceries that are inspected and regulated okay before we strain this metaphor any further. Let me mention that in this episode of the podcast. We speak with antonio frazier president of kansas safe. A los angeles based firm that provides extensive testing services to the cannabis industry. We do ramble a bit. But mainly we talk about the importance of quality testing in about the social equity piece of this emerging market and also how antonis experience as a division one football player at furman university helped him prepare for his current role. It may be unglamorous work but it is absolutely essential to consumer confidence in cannabis. And if the quality of your cannabis is important to you. You'll wanna listen to this episode. If you liked the podcast. Please subscribe at apple podcasts. Stitcher or your other favorite podcasts player. Please leave a review so other people can find the show. Thanks to our producer. danny milwaukee. Here's my interview. With antonio frazier cannabis is booming and cannibal ms on it walk the cannibal podcast where we interview experts on the changing story of humans health enhancing from san diego. Here's your host tom. Stacey it's tom back with the cannibal and podcast this week. We have antonio frazier of kansas safe. How you doing antonio. I'm doing well tom. Yourself very good thank you. I'm in san diego your up in. La and california weather is not too bad. of course. it's a little chilly at night. But you know. That's why i moved out here for this gorgeous weather just like a little hoodie. I like when i was in baltimore when i was an parkas and boots and at night on really have to deal with that anymore. Really i i understand. I'm i'm from michigan in this time of year. I'm like wow. It's it's amazing to be out here. Tell us about your role at cana safe and how you came there. Currently.

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"frazier" Discussed on The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"frazier" Discussed on The Intelligence Of Grit Podcast

"That was awesome and I appreciate your transparency about cheering your own struggles because I think you know sometimes, we don't WanNa share the whole story, but I appreciate that because it helps all of us to know the it's humane to want to give up sometimes. Right absolutely, you know I've learned that the more honest open am about myself and my challenges, the more it helps people. because. It lets you know I don't have to be super human the do this. It lets you know these emotions I'm feeling are normal and we don't allow people to to know that that causes them to stop. Feeling. That must mean I'm on the wrong path. No. That means you're on the right path keep going wipe away those tears and keep going your frayed was terrifying yesterday out a little scared. Now, I'm not completely over it, but people go really okay. Well, maybe I can't get up and try again absolutely. But if we put on this superhero, well, you know Angel I've I've been on this path and it's just been the smoothest path and you know I don't understand why people get afraid frustrated than those who are afraid in frustration but are on the right path they'll stop. More when I tell you, you know three days ago I was crying and I'm sitting here and I'm blubbering like a little kid and this is not and that and I went you know what you're back up wipe your tears does yourself off and keep on going and when I share things like that it lets it gives people permission to be human in their growth. This sit y'all get back up, wipe your tears, districts of of in, keep going and keep going. Thank. You, Bernie Frazier. Thank you. Bye Friend. I can't wait to talk to you again I. Appreciate you being on this podcast in talking to was in teaching us in sharing your wisdom our it's been my pleasure. Always a pleasure to talk to you and you know if anything I've said, helps your listeners that makes me happy..

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"frazier" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"frazier" Discussed on The Archive Project

"It was nothing big, just like a care package food, and one of the gifts was a paper towel roll with a bow around it, and I had it ever since April. Eleventh in my roommate's can't use it. She's one of the family now it's she her name is, dolores she striving striving frankly. Has Her wardrobe increase. Has She gotten her? Additional ribbons. They're more ribbons for her. I have a rainbow one I'm GONNA put on her for pride month. So that's why love injury. Yes I. Genuinely your piece I was genuinely like Dolores okay. Have you roommates given into temptation. Not Yet, thank God. Kick their asses. No Delors is okay. Well congrats on the book, and I'm so excited. We're actually talking right before it comes out. It comes out on Tuesday. Gosh a Tuesday June ninth. I M move. I am moving my zoom launch. You know I want to just sort of take this time to sit back and. Not, be silent, promote people and black artists and black voices, as much as I can, but I really don't WanNa talk about the book right now at a live event, so they'll be something soon, but if anyone wants to read the book, try to buy from a black owned bookstore again. Will Link to some of those in the episodes will link to the books you recommended and willing to independent bookstores and. I like that will lead to some black on bookstores as options for help. People figure out where to buy it from. Thank you so much, this was really fun and I. Really Do I. Love this book so much congratulations, thank you. I'm I. It's ultimately my dream is still coming true. Even though this is not how I. Pictured it. My book is coming out of people to read it, and that's so exciting. Thank you gene count frazier for taking the time to talk to me and thank you for listening. I hope you get a chance to pick up pizza girl, actually really like the comparison to the Great Gatsby, and not just in the cover art both books are slim, short sharp novels, both are stories of obsession that explored the idea of Americanise and the questions of class, privilege and Labor that are tied up in that but pizza girl is definitely funnier. Jeans, book recommendations are included in the episode notes. Please let us know what you think about the show. You can find us at Literary Hyphen, Arts Dot Org and at Literary Arts on Social Media. I've mandible bullock, and thank you for listening to long.

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"frazier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"frazier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Frazier is the internationally renowned psychic medium I was talking about he has conducted thousands of readings around this planet could reconnecting families and friends with the spirits of those who are no longer with us his message of hope comfort reassurance have touched the lives of all who meet him making map one of the most gifted in genuine psychics living today it's got a television program on easy call to meet the Frazier's as well Matt welcome to the program thanks George it's great to be here with you looking forward to this and by the way great job this so how does a reality show come about you know it's crazy because one day I just got a call from MGM and they were like Hey we heard about you on the west coast and we want to learn more about you and your gift in your family and then just like that it's like camera crews arrived at the door next you know we were filming season one of meet the phrases for entertainment well that's great that's exciting isn't it it's so exciting because you know when my grandmother was alive it's amazing to think that she couldn't even talk about being psychic or being a medium are connecting with the departed and you know back in those days there was never any TV shows about it and you know the media never talked about it so it's amazing to see how much the world has changed thanks to you know programming like yours that really just allow people to talk about their beliefs to talk about the signs that they feel and the signs that they receive and more importantly it just opens up the world it's incredible Matt how did this gift come about for you how did you get this ability you know I wonder that every day to put so weird is that I have the gift of psychic ability but my sister doesn't and you'll actually see that on our TV show when you tune in so it's kind of funny because my grandmother was a psychic medium who pass it on to my mom and then who passed on to me but you can remember back in those days you know back in the fifties sixties seventies it really wasn't talked about I mean my grandmother kept so secret that not not even her own husband knew that she was a medium cheese you know showing that up for close friends close family members and other than that it was just hidden but when I was growing up George I too could see and hear the departed and for me it was like living that movie the sixth sense I mean I remember going to bed pull the covers over my head yelling and screaming and crying because I was seeing and hearing the departed and the more that I tried to get away from the voices the more they try to make the voices stop the more that I try to you know stop seeing them hearing them the louder and stronger they became and growing up with this and having this ability you know you're afraid it's not something that you you know welcome with open arms especially when you're that young I mean I think I tried to save my password sleep with my parents so I was thirteen because I was so afraid of what I was you know seeing hearing and experiencing how terrifying that won't be for a young boy in then you got to go to school the next day and everything else you must have been exhausted I was I was there because of it you know had difficulty concentrating in school I had you know what difficulties connecting with other kids because I would talk about my experiences you know with all the other children and neighborhood kids and they would go home and they would tell their parents would be like Hey you know that was saying that he sees ghosts and that you know he saw his departed grandmother in that he talks to this one and he talks about what independent of course it's a no no that's just you know his imaginary friend or he's just making it up or you know all you know that they would they would tell them otherwise so it was very tough growing up you know this is it wasn't something that was easy whatsoever and because of that I pushed away for most of my life I never embraced it with open arms and never in my life you know what I want to be a psychic medium you know I knew that I wanted to do something with helping others it was just in my blood but I wasn't sure what that actually was so I talk about this in my new book and it's the reason why I wrote it it said in the beginning I really missed my call in a little bit I started my career as an EMT which is an emergency medical technician right worked for the World Trade Center in Boston I work for the security operations department I was still young I was just you know eighteen nineteen years old and at that moment was the time when I'm like you know what I'm gonna stop running from this if I had been running my whole life my can I'm gonna actually go see a medium for the first time myself I want to see what it is that I've been running from for so long so I decided to go see a medium because my family just kept it a secret and I wanted to see somebody who is actually using it in real life and I want to go and see a medium George for the first time in a completely changed my life it showed me that not only could I do this too but also I could use this gift to help others to heal by putting them back in touch with their loved ones it started to gel for you right about then did it did it did you know because I set myself okay you know what when I feel something I'm gonna say something and you know what's crazy is I want to see the media for the first time myself you know she could pick up on what I was experiencing as a child the minute that I walked in she knew that my grandmother had passed and that you know when I was a child I would see and experience her and the other souls were trying to reach me and she it's like you know she knew everything about my childhood which I never discussed you know openly so it was amazing that she could put that together and she said to me one thing why are you running from this like you should be embracing this you should be looking into that so she gave me this meditation to use to open it back up because like I said I had pushed away for years and years so she says go home try this meditation she says I was a white light meditation I have it in my book and and she says if you ask for it to come back and she do this meditation you know you open yourself up to seeing hearing and experiencing everything that you did as a child again so I went home and I tried it and next thing you know you know was it was like it had never left it was crazy because you know I started reading for close friends and family members you know never never professionally just because I I wanted to help people I want to explore the stability and learn about it and then next thing you know it turned into a career almost overnight for you I don't know it seems like it did overnight but really you know it I think that having just started opening doors you know don't think I've been doing this for ten years now I'm only twenty eight years old bye you know it's been it's been ten years of doing this and it is it has moved pretty quickly but you know what wasn't it wasn't exactly overnight you know first what happened was I started reading for close friends and family members the next thing you know they're friends wanted to go and have meetings with me and then you know their parents would want readings and then you know I'd be doing house parties and then after host party they did you know small group readings and then I was asked to be on TV and radio shows and you know one day somehow some way traveling the country doing you know big live events of the next you know getting re a reality TV show about my family in my life so it's really been a huge blessing and you know I'm so thankful to be honest have you ever come across the demonic end of all of this map well of course I mean look that is both a good side and bad side of psychic ability and you know that's one of things that I want to teach people as well just like you come face to face with the evil and negativity in this world among living people you know you also come across in the spirit world and that's why it's really important that you protect yourself so you know one of things I want to do in this book because I wanted to teach people everything that I know about heaven in the afterlife but also tools that I use for example I believe strongly in psychic protection you know that every day I'm using psychic protection on myself because I'm meeting and interacting with so many people both living in that and the best part is that psychic protection actually work for a living people in dead people on the right I love the cover because you're all wrapped up in phones sold looks like Kevin really has been calling you if that's what it feels like I literally feel like on the operator and happened because you know there are no customer service I was when you're connecting with those in spirit I mean they're always there there they know that they can reach you they know that they can talk to you at any time that you know they have a message they will pop in and deliver it but you know at the same time this is what I signed up for its what I'm I I love to do you know what really has been my my calling and I'm so happy that you know having shifted me back on this path to doing what I was supposed to do and that's what I want to teach people about it it's not just me I'm not special you know we all have different gifts we all have different you know abilities that we can bring to the world that we all have a way that we could happen to our own psychic ability you know some of us the the departed like myself some of us here the departed some of us you know even sense of smell the departed as crazy as that sounds you know you just have to be open to it in the same way that you're learning to connect with your loved ones they're also learning to connect with you so with the right techniques and with the right protection you too can start your own conversation with them manta is since you've been doing this and you've been doing that like you said for a long time now what has been for you one of the most compelling stories that the you've come across to be honest with you there's so many compelling stories I mean I've done I have had the honor to talk to so many people each one you know compelled me to different way I mean one of the things that I've I've I I you know what one of the people I've talked to are some of the parents who lost children in the city hope tragedy okay enough to get you which was really amazing because they came to the let their parents know that they were okay and with this school teacher you know that had passed away as well and also worked you know some of the attacks that had that had died and it needed we put those five parent that piece but at the same time you know during my live event it's really so much more than a show you know each event is really a demonstration that there is life after death and it's proof that our loved ones are with us in real time it's amazing to me the misconception that people still to this day you know there's so many people that come to me that will hold my hand and say not please let me know that my son you know was with me he died of suicide you know what I just need to know that you can have it you know it is people that still doubted and in the one thing that I want to show people is that it doesn't matter how you loved ones have passed they are with you and they are okay on the other side you know there are certain things you have to go through when you when you.

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"frazier" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"frazier" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Frazier is the internationally renowned psychic medium I was talking about he has conducted thousands of readings around this planet could reconnecting families and friends with the spirits of those who are no longer with us this message of hope comfort reassurance have touched the lives of all who meet him making map one of the most gifted in genuine psychics living today it's got a television program on each call the meet the Frazier's as well Matt welcome to the program thanks George it's great to be here with you looking forward to this and by the way great job this so how does a reality show about you know what it's crazy because one day I just got a call from MGM and they were like Hey we heard about you on the west coast and we want to learn more about you and your gift in your family and then just like that it's like camera crews arrived at the door next you know we were filming season one of meet the phrases for entertainment well that's great that's exciting isn't it it's so exciting because you know when my grandmother was alive it's amazing to think that she could even talk about being psychic or being a medium are connecting with the departed and you know back in those days there was never any TV shows about it and you know the media never talked about it so it's amazing to see how much the world has changed thanks to you know programming like yours that really just allow people to talk about their beliefs to talk about the signs that they feel and the size that they receive and more importantly it just opens up the world it's incredible how did this gift come about for you how did you get this ability you know I wonder that every day that would so weird is that I have the gift of psychic ability but my sister doesn't and you'll actually see that on our TV so when you tune in so it's kind of funny because my grandmother was a psychic medium who passed it on to my mom and then who passed on to me but you can remember back in those days you know back in the fifties sixties seventies it really wasn't talked about I mean my grandmother kept so secret that not not even her own husband knew that she was a medium cheese you know she only did it for close friends close family members and other than that it was just hidden but when I was growing up George I too could see and hear the departed and for me it was like living that movie the sixth sense I mean I remember going to bed pull the covers over my head yelling and screaming and crying because I was seeing and hearing the departed and the more that I tried to get away from the voices the more they try to make the voices stopped the more that I try to you know stop seeing them hearing them the louder and stronger they became and growing up with this and having this ability you know you're afraid it's not something that you you know welcome with open arms especially when you're that young I mean I think I tried to stick my password sleep with my parents so I was thirteen because I was so afraid of what I was you know seeing hearing and experiencing how terrifying that won't be for a young boy in then you gotta go to school the next day and everything else you must have been exhausted I was I was there because we you know had difficulty concentrating in school I had you know with difficulties connecting with other kids because I would talk about my experiences you know with all the other children and neighborhood kids and they would go home and they would tell their parents would be like Hey you know I'm not with them he sees ghosts and that you know he saw his departed grandmother in that he talks to this one and he talks about what in the parents of course they know no that's just you know his imaginary friend or he's just making it up or you know all you know that they would they would tell them otherwise so it was very tough growing up you know this is it wasn't something that was easy whatsoever and because of that I pushed away for most of my life I never embraced it with open arms and never in my life you know what I want to be a psychic medium you know I knew that I wanted to do something with helping others that was just in my blood but I wasn't sure what that actually was so I talk about this in my new book and it's the reason why I wrote it it said in the beginning I really missed my call in a little bit I started my career as an EMT which is an emergency medical technician I worked for the World Trade Center in Boston I work for the security operations department I was still young I was just you know eighteen nineteen years old and at that moment was the time when I'm like you know what I'm gonna stop running from this if I had been running my whole life my god I'm gonna actually go see a medium for the first time myself I want to see what it is that I've been running from for so long so I decided to go see a medium because my family just kept it a secret and I wanted to see somebody who's actually using it in real life and I went to go see a medium George for the first time it completely changed my life it showed me that not only could I do this too but also I could use this gift to help others to heal by putting them back in touch with their loved ones it started to gel for you read about them did it did it did you know because I said to myself okay you know what when I feel something I'm gonna say something and you know what's crazy is I want to see the media for the first time I felt you know she could pick up on what I was experiencing at the child the minute I walked in she knew that my grandmother had passed and not you know when I was a child I would see and experience her and the other souls were trying to reach me and she is like you know she knew everything about my childhood which I never discussed you know openly so it was amazing that she could put that together and she said to me one thing why are you running from this like you should be embracing this you should be looking into that so she gave me this meditation to use the open it back up because like I said I had pushed away for years and years so he says go home try this meditation she says I was a white light headed patient having a book and and she says if you ask for it to come back here and she do this meditation you know you open yourself up to seeing hearing and experiencing everything that you did as a child again so I went home and I tried it and next thing you know you know was it was like they had never left it was crazy because you know I started reading for close friends and family members you know never never professionally just because I I wanted to help people I want to explore this ability and learn about it sure and then next thing you know it turned into a career almost overnight for you I don't know it seems like it did overnight but really you know it I think that having just started opening doors you know don't think I've been doing this for ten years now I'm only twenty eight years old bye you know it's been it's been ten years of doing this and it's it has moved pretty quickly but you know what wasn't it wasn't exactly overnight you know first what happened was I thought it would be for close friends and family members the next you know their friends wanted to go and have meetings with me and then you know their parents would want readings and then you know I'd be doing house parties and then after host party they did you know small group readings and then I would have to be on TV and radio shows and you know one day somehow some way traveling the country doing you know big live events of the next you know getting re a reality TV show about my family in my life so it's really been a huge blessing and you know I'm so thankful to be honest have you ever come across the demonic and the ball of this map well of course I mean that is both a good side and bad side of psychic ability and you know that's one of things that I want to teach people as well just like you come face to face with the evil and negativity in this world among living people you know you also come across in the spirit world and that's why it's really important that you protect yourself so you know one of things I want to do in this book because I wanted to teach people everything that I know about heaven in the afterlife full full tools that I use for example I believe strongly in psychic protection you know that every day I'm using psychic protection on myself because I'm meeting and interacting with so many people both living in debt and the best part is that psychic protection actually work for a living people and that people with the right I love the cover because you're all wrapped up in phones sold looks like Kevin really has been calling you if that's what it feels like I literally feel like I'm the operator what happened because you know there are no customer service I was when you're connecting with those in spirit I mean they're always the are they already know that they can reach you they know that they can talk to you at any time that you know they have a message they will pop in and deliberate but you know at the same time this is what I signed up for its what I'm I I love to do you know it really has been my my calling and I'm so happy that you know having shifted me back on the path to doing what I was supposed to do and that's what I want to teach people about it it's not just me I'm not special you know we all have different gifts we all have different you know abilities that we can bring to the world that we all have a way that we could happen to our own psychic ability you know some of us the the departed like myself some of us here the departed some of us you know even sentence now that the part of this crazy about sounds you know you just have to be open to it in the same way that you're learning to connect with your loved ones they're also learning to connect with you so with the right techniques and with the right protection you to consult your own conversation with them manta is since you've been doing this and you've been doing that like you said for a long time now what has been for you one of the most compelling stories that the you've come across you know to be honest with you there's so many compelling stories I mean I've done I have had the honor to talk to so many people each one you know compelled me to different way I mean one of the things that I've I've I I you know what one of the people I've talked to are some of the parents who lost children in the city cook tragedy okay and to get you which was really amazing because they came to the let their parents know that they were okay and with this school teacher you know that had passed away as well and also with you know some of the attacks that had that had died and if needed we put those five parent that piece but the same time you know during my live event it's really so much more than this show you know each event is really a demonstration that there is life after death and it's proof that our loved ones are with us in real time it's amazing to me the misconception that people still to this day you know that so many people that come to me that will hold my hand and say not please let me know that my son you know was with me he died of suicide you know what I just need to know that you can have it it is people that sold out in in the one thing that I want to show people is that it doesn't matter how you loved ones have passed they are with you and they are okay on the other side you know there are certain things you have to go through when you when you.

Frazier
"frazier" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"frazier" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Guy. Studios. And it's him. And it's very funny. And then I didn't even know until later I've seen episode of cheers at that's where he started like, hey. Movies at the cool voice. He's been in. Yeah. And you know, what they have like cheers one the set of franchise. I forget which airport. I saw it in is cheers bar. No at just with the logo and everything. And when you walk in. They've got two big giant statues sitting on the barstools of cliff in north has on one side of the bar. Yeah. And I I didn't know I used to watch. I watched Frazier before even watching cheers. Because I think it was on later on when I was younger and Frazier itself is a great show. It stood on had no idea that it was a spin off from cheers. We you know, he was so different in this the Frazier. That was in. Cheers was so different than the Frazier. That you know, because I can shares in your life. He was. Yeah. It was Lilith, and he was kind of like a bumbling guy. And he was in love with Diane. And there was this whole thing. I think they they went out for a while. I know what the story was, but I watched chooses much as I watched. I watched it, and I stopped watching it. Then I come back to it was on forever free or who's on eighty it went off. I think in ninety three and if I'm not mistaken then Frazier came on right in ninety four and but when he gets with Frazier leaves and he go he's Boston. He goes to Seattle. And then he becomes a radio talk host. And this will cultured, you know, psychiatrist, and he become you know, he Niles form like their own kind of nerdy odd couple, and it was it was a much. He's a much different Frazier. And now they were talking about bringing Frazier back agree pres in the role yet again and Frazier. I think wasn't didn't Frazier last like twenty.

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