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"george dory" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on KTRH

"Back to coast to coast George dory with your stored roads with us of course and as we are talking about I guess our constitutional rights and stored in the long run are we gonna lose these rights or we're gonna stay strong your sister strong majority of backlash happening is what's really interesting is that you know of course people tend to go along with something when they're scarce sufficiently but then the backlash was he realized we were played after nine eleven we realize no in this case we're also being played increasing fiscal pushing back who might otherwise have not been publicly active right now but we usually loser for example former it should have been should be of no help arrested and put in jail for taking a stand on constitutional rights of the salon owner probably not so we we have one of our members has a tattoo on the tattoo parlor agenda of signa York who's gonna be opening up on the thirtieth in in the farms of governor Cuomo and so same thing there was a chance to honor your tattoo parlor owner would think you could be standing up for the bill of rights that come with rats what's going to be something that was with a mandatory push for vaccines what are they going to do to people who say no a good question and quite a few people are going to say no frankly with the rifles are Sir is not gonna do it I think the the legitimacy of those and the credibility of the government officials is deteriorated to such a degree that there's a good mother Merrick introduced before he looks to to comply you get massively disobedience master finance in the end you might even get some civil some violence probably let's get some calls common lawyer California welcome to the program hi Tom hi George thank you for accepting my call and Stewart couple quick comments on the question Stewart you know you we walked up the founding writers of the constitution and you remind me of Thomas Paine wrote from that is high praise if you don't remind me of fall to the ground human traffickers like Washington and Jefferson or like central banking proponents like go Hamilton but you remind me of yeah sales store on liberty Thomas Paine and his essays on liberty and I see that distinction the other comment I'd like to make is it's sort of amazing to me that the bill of rights or amendments amendments they were not included in the original constitution you know because of plutocrats human traffickers like Washington and Jefferson and central banking proponents like Hamilton you know there was pushed out by the average man the average woman back in the seventeen nineties to bring about those rights the right to assemble the right to not incriminate yourself the right to bear arms it's central and these became amendments so that brings me to my question which is you know as Thomas Paine says you know that liberty you have to get out and fight for their yes so well I'm not talking about fighting but I'm talking about what is your opinion it does affect the assembly of factor of protest to stand up for rights I don't want to be it all thrown in jail for ten years under the patriot act you know you know some dark cold type of thing want to be able to effectively protest and assemble and I was wondering if you would comment on that along the winds of liberty is promoted by Thomas Paine well I would say it requires why didn't we won't go to jail like what you're looking for was for him to look for was protesting against will Texaco when went to visit him in jail and what are you doing in there and he replied and said what are you doing out there the place for a man of principle in this situation is it here there was a response to require civil disobedience and that at the first virtual because is that you're going to jail make your point and I think the mass civil disobedience if you follow the servers down in nineteen Peter the other norm the governor you're saying the same thing Virginia spot despite the government decrees you know thousands of people are now fully backed the beaches because we know it's going to nonsense of the notable sun the surf is the best thing you can do if you're trying to curative took the fight a virus that dies in the sun glow on the sun and so become mass civil disobedience I think is the answer and then it also requires you to reach out to your local police and state and local officials are tell tale from the New York county commissioners every single one of them took their oath of the founders in their in their to their credit they put that link in every chain the chain of command goes through everybody has a response to the same though well it's six one to click the link with the police officer on the street with the police chief with us the mayor the governor and the judge any of these people all have responsibilities saying now one six one stop the chain absolutely next up we go to Rini an Alabama welcome to the program I really go ahead okay so so we locked down till April fifteenth and that was to flatten the curve in.

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"george dory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To coast to coast George dory with you a couple more questions here are from me you do Michael and then we'll take your calls and we'll take calls all of next hour as well Michael when you say there's a portal a portal to where I can they direct this or does it take them back to their planet what where does it go I know it's speculation but let's let our minds wander for a moment well again we at this stage we are speculating and I I guess many of the as long as he did military programs and and experimental places have already figured this out and this is what I they showed up in the movies like Stargate and powerful I I'm still not a hundred percent sure and I'm I'm constantly shifting my opinion on the based on that the information and the knowledge that I hadn't and and one of the one of the most the strongest I guess but as concept I have right now is that portal domestically take us to the planet but the other dimention and I think that's something only to start and embracing more so than looking at the universe the way that it has been shown to us by Max and hi fi Hollywood movies which may may be part of a giant propaganda game that has made us believe you see the universe in a specific way so one of the things that I'm very comfortable and happy to to rethink is the structure of the universe wanted made up of what is actually out there do we really know what is out there why has nothing been lying to us all these years is it possible that NASA has been one of the biggest all flight operation ever constructed and I'm very happy and prepared to to to reach that conclusion and I must tell you that the more and more research I do into space and what's what's out there what matters being giving us between the lines for the part fifty years is making me rethink everything I've helped them and believe so dearly for most of my life like most of us have and it is now more and more evident that face is most likely filled with water everyone at hi everyone four people that shocked by this or don't know what I'm talking about please find one of my presentations on YouTube or even better go to my channel guide sign up to my video channel on Michael collegiate outcome there is I'm questionable evidence that there's water everywhere and actually be telling us for three decades now that there's water everywhere right and I'm gonna stop and now but just to make you rethink about household what space is so if we think that we can navigate by the way we are shown in part by movies and the way that map is showing on what they call good little this will be a fire behind a rocket that goes into space and I'm inclined to spite them out because there's nothing there and the fact that space is a vacuum is that the convict nonsense that that's not possible that anyone who believes that is not done their homework and doesn't understand physics and the and the thought of the possibility of access what I think glasses retelling of the clean aligned with most likely spaces water so hot if that is the case I must say it is something if that's the case how do we navigate right you can never guided and with rocket and spacecraft as we've been might lead to believe you're gonna have to navigate it to warm all Stargate and jump on that many of your guests and researchers have been talking about I've never spoken to anyone of the people that claim they beat the other planet that tell me they traveled in a spaceship I don't know if you have well I haven't I haven't either yeah and I'm sure that you'll conquer they always say I'm the only super soldiers and ex nothing died and he could face program people in purple and say they beat on the planet but they go into target or Walmart or what they call jumpers and they just appear that and that's where you start to realize the K. space is most likely not what we think it is and and bit the comprehension I'm jumping around again because I'm reconnecting the dots between sodomy anthology archaeology Hines with the quantum mechanics it's all connected and it's important that we see the collective good the things that connect older because then it's much easier to make than all what's going on around us the nature of reality oxycontin predict Alanis in the physical world and then the invisible world and other damage around that which may include the universe around when we say I when when I told a lot teller teleportation devices the portals I believe that just like in Stargate they show you the big wheel and what do the guys go through they go through what they go through a wall of water to get to the other commenting only on the planet wherever they go it's not fascinating it is water now let me ask you about this this two thousand eighteen fossil discovery then we'll take calls Michael what did they discover well it wasn't very and with me all right it could put me on one of my favorite project petition that I started doing nonsense two thousand eighteen is actually the very first that's a good good expedition that I did in January twenty eighteen and I twelve people have called month many of them with from the USA about half of the more from the USA and then there were people from other countries as well and and we made some startling and I'm imaginable discoveries and the probably the the most important one was the discovery of the fossil any of your listeners will know by now that I'll be talking about these does that ring a bell to an office having arrived here invited hold books in this little town that surrounded by by that the largest concentration understood concentration of these engine.

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"george dory" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Coast George dory with you along with Barbara hand Clow is we talk about astrology we will take your calls with our next hour she will need your birth date in terms of how old you are so you could check in with Tom if you're twenty five or forty five or ninety five that's what we need Barbara eventually governments are going to have to make a horrible decision and that horrible decision is will we lose more lives in order to get this country back again economically to save the you know backgrounds and save the lifestyle for all the other Americans it's going to be a horrible decision but one I think has to be made I agree and I think that one what one thing we need in order to make a decision if they have some idea of what's going on here and I'd like to return to this issue of the flu being related to the issue of technology and frequency okay and so if we called if we go back to eighteen eighty nine which is the first big flu pandemic global footprint in pandemic we had all that was at the point when the power lines for all strung out then we created her money create radiation and immediately we had a big flu pandemic that if we go to nineteen eighteen we created radial with Marconi and we had the Spanish flu which as usual of kills millions and millions of people then in nineteen fifty seven they created radar and we had the Asian flu and then in nineteen sixty eight they started putting satellites up in and we have the Hong Kong flu and then in nineteen ninety six they created the cell towers and we had another major flutes and so since we know besides the issue of the laboratory in Wuhan the other thing that we know about Wuhan is if they switch on five G. major on big time in October such an immediately it started and they also switched on five G. in northern Italy in Milan right and then right after that we had a huge outbreak as the flu in Milan and so I think we've got to put this into the discussion because if this is going on then we need to figure out how to handle that I'm not necessarily saying we're gonna get rid of technology because I really don't think we will and what seems to happen with the technological issue is people seeing it when they turn to choose on a lot of people get sick and there's a pandemic but then what happens is people seem to be able to adjust the majority the vast majority of the people seem to be able to tell us the new frequencies in the environment and if this is actually what's going on we've got to put that into the equation in terms of trying to figure out how we can open the economy faculty absolutely now do you think stab when five G. is turned on it has an effect on the cellular makeup of a person or what happens it does this create mutations what do you think well I'm not an expert in technology so I can't really are brothers kind of go answer that question based more on my own work.

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"george dory" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"To coast George dory with you along with Barbara hand Clow is we talk about astrology we will take your calls with our next hour she will need your birth date in terms of how old you are so you could check in with Tom if you're twenty five or forty five or ninety five that's what we need Barbara eventually governments are going to have to make a horrible decision and that horrible decision is will we lose more lives in order to get this country back again economically to save the you know backgrounds and save the lifestyle for all the other Americans it's going to be a horrible decision but one I think has to be made I agree and I think that one what one thing we need in order to make a decision if they have some idea of what's going on here and I'd like to return to this issue of the flu being related to the issue of technology and frequency okay and so if we called if we go back to eighteen eighty nine which is the first big flu pandemic global footprint in pandemic we had all that was at the point when the power lines were all strung out the wi creator I might be a radiation and immediately we had a big flu pandemic that if we go to nineteen eighteen we created radial with Marconi and we had the Spanish flu which as usual of killed millions and millions of people then in nineteen fifty seven they created radar and we had the Asian flu and then in nineteen sixty eight they started putting satellites up in and we have the Hong Kong flu and then in nineteen ninety six they created the cell towers and we had another major flu and so since we know besides the issue of the laboratory in Wuhan the other thing that we know about Wuhan is if they switch on five G. major on big time in October it immediately it started and they also switched on five G. in northern Italy in Milan right and then right after that we had a huge outbreak as the flu in Milan and so I think we've got to put this into the discussion because if this is going on then we need to figure out how to handle that I'm not necessarily saying we're gonna get rid of technology because I really don't think we will and what seems to happen with the technological issue is people seeing it when they turn to choose on a lot of people get sick and there's a pandemic but then what happens is people seem to be able to adjust the majority the vast majority of the people seem to be able to adjust to the new frequencies in the environment and if this is actually what's going on we've got to put that into the equation in terms of trying to figure out how we can open the economy back up absolutely now do do you think stab when five G. is turned on it has an effect on the cellular make up of a person or what happens it does this create mutations what do you think yeah and of course well I'm not an expert in technology so I can't really I'd rather kind of go answer that question based more on my own work which is an alchemy of nine dimensions and an alchemy of nine dimensions I work with the issue of nine to eleven dimensions that create reality itself in that we also respond to as humans and what's happening with all of this up to the cellular technology is it's activating all kinds of levels in our brains that work activity before with there are and I think it's actually creating a multi dimensional response I actually think what may be happening is this may be in a does the next step.

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"george dory" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To coast to coast George dory with you along with Barbara hand Clow is we talk about astrology we will take your calls with our next hour she will need your birth date in terms of how old you are so you can check in with Tom if you're twenty five or forty five or ninety five that's what we need Barbara eventually governments are going to have to make a horrible decision and that horrible decision is will we lose more lives in order to get this country back again economically to save the you know backgrounds and save the lifestyle for all the other Americans it's going to be a horrible decision but one I think has to be made I agree and I think that one what one thing we need in order to make a decision if they have some idea of what's going on here and I'd like to return to this issue of the flu being related to the issue of technology and frequency okay and so if we called if we go back to eighteen eighty nine which is the first big flu pandemic global footprint in pandemic we had all that was at the point when the power lines were all strung out then we created her money create radiation and immediately we had a big flu pandemic then if we go to nineteen eighteen we created radio with Marconi and we had the Spanish flu which as you know killed millions and millions of people then in nineteen fifty seven they created radar and we had the Asian flu and then in nineteen sixty eight they started putting satellites up in and we have the Hong Kong flu and then in nineteen ninety six state created the cell towers and we had another major flu and so since we know besides the issue of the laboratory in Wuhan the other thing that we know about Wuhan is if they switch on five G. major on big time in October it immediately it started and they also switched on five G. in northern Italy in Milan right and then right after that we had a huge outbreak as the flu in Milan and so I think we've got to put this into the discussion because if this is going on then we need to figure out how to handle that I'm not necessarily saying we're gonna get rid of technology because I really don't think we will and what seems to happen with the technological issue if people seen it when they turn to choose on a lot of people get sick and there's a pandemic but then what happens is people seem to be able to adjust the majority the vast majority of the people seem to be able to adjust to the new frequencies in the environment and if this is actually what's going on we've got to put that into the equation in terms of trying to figure out how we can open the economy back up absolutely now do you think stab when five G. is turned on it has an effect on the cellular make up of a person or what happens it does this create mutations what do you think well I'm not an expert in technology so I can't really I'd rather kind of go answer that question based more on my own work which is an alchemy of nine dimensions and an alchemy of ninety mentions I work with the issue of nine to eleven dimensions that create reality itself and that we also respond to as humans and what's happening with all of this up to the cellular technology is it's activating all kinds of levels in our brains that work activity before with there are and I think it's actually creating a multi dimensional response I actually think what may be happening is this maybe in the next step in evolution but if it is we've got to understand what's going on it would be something like on court of virus cropping up points do you think it's worth our while as talk show as a program to investigate this five G. a little further I do yeah and then we're I'm getting my research I'm since I'm not an expert in this field is is on a book by Arthur Furstenberg called the invisible rainfall.

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"george dory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"George dory with you Suzanne falter with us first time guest and I'm gonna take a little bit about her story after losing their daughter T. old back in two thousand twelve Suzanne discovered the healing power of self care she now hosts the self care for extremely busy woman that podcast and is the author of a number of self help titles including the extremely busy woman's guide to self care essays have appeared in self more fitness new women and the New York times as well as Suzanne welcome to the program well George thanks so much for having me my pleasure and I am going to ask you about this two thousand twelve of and if it's not too painful for no no I I love talking about it it is the basis of what has happened to you isn't it pretty much the pivotal experience of my life I'd say what happens for crying out okay so in twenty twelve I was a very hard driving the workaholic money oriented person who is just working my fingers to the bone trying to be something and I had moved to San Francisco and changed my life dramatically and my daughter came along for the ride she had been a blues singer who had recently decided her life was really supposed to be spent as a healer so she picked up and left her music career and said I'm coming along for the ride she was twenty two years old actually I guess at the time she was yeah no she was about twenty two and she's hung out for a year and you know sort of dabbled here in there now she'll was dramatically the opposite of me for every little bit of me that was driven workaholic she was interested in as she put it just beating yeah she wanted it's easy way order the way she didn't need a lot of money she was very good at landing on her feet she would make a little money as a waitress and then she get on an airplane after she go to the airport look at the list of departures and just choose one and go wherever it may take exactly she takes her guitar and a backpack and all she went well on this particular night in in August of twenty twelve she had called me the day before and said mom I think I'm gonna have a really big seizure now till had epilepsy but rebel up to this very well controlled and she was religious about taking her was she born with no she developed it she developed something called juvenile myoclonic epilepsy she shook her head or something no no it it just kind of the I've been a lot of looking into where this came from and nobody could ever say which was all strange part of this story because basically she thought you might be having about have a big seizures so she called me and I said well let's go to a neurologist all take you right over there no no mom I don't want to go she said are you still the meds I'm taking make me closer to god and if I go to the neurologist will tell me to change my minutes okay so she'll had been getting visions for the whole previous year she had had a vision where she was going to be quote unquote taken into the light and when she did she would see it as an opening to freedom she she felt something big was going to happen that was going to give her her healing guest and Lisa so she put it and you know I was hearing all of this and I'm home now so I know who is not interesting okay great dear you know I was I was very self involved who was very dismissive she had even been receiving little messages in her meditations and asked me what to do with them and I said well put them all in a notebook you know that sounds good okay so when she wouldn't go to the doctor the day before I kind of said well I I found myself asking the weirdest question George I said so what does this have to do with your life purpose teal and she said oh well I'm supposed to be healing women and girls with panic and anxiety that's what about I'm sure that's why I'm having these feelings okay so the next night a meter for dinner restaurant she's acting a little weird now my god like spacey you know exactly she's not acting strange but just a little strange acting a little more interested in food and conversation very unlike her she was being she was a late hour late she wasn't usually late for things what I hadn't realized as she just been to see the guy that she played music with and she had kind of drifted out of the middle of their conversation but just before she walked out the door she sat down at the piano and she sang the last verse of the song the wagon wheel which has the lyrics if I die in Raleigh at least I will die free and that she just got up and walked out the door and she came to dinner an hour late what was that all about well I didn't know she comes to dinner high center home with a friend because they're going by our house I am embarrassed to say and ashamed to say that I was not self possessed enough to look at her angle I need to take this kid to the hospital you didn't notice that well you did in my notice but I didn't get it I was I was like are you in the Nile I was in denial for sure yeah that was definitely one of my issues at that time I was not awake so two hours later well before midnight I get this call and it's from San Francisco General Hospital saying your daughters in critical condition she's had a mass of cardiac arrest the twenty two years old twenty two years old and so I rushed over there I told him about her epilepsy it's a very very very rare thing vote but there are people with this malady who can suddenly dropped dead it's a very misunderstood on on known thing called sudden unexpected death in epilepsy and that's what happened to her although it's hard to say because I'll tell you the medical examiner had her records for two years before they would release them because they simply couldn't say what happened to our otherwise perfectly healthy didn't drink didn't smoke no drug use nothing except for comments for seizures so anyway what happened which was really wild was it she had to cardiac arrest both times they brought her heart attacks or heart was still beating she was still technically alive but she was on life support for six days she was in a coma and she stayed on life support and during that time she was never conscious but I began to hear from her in her the serial form two nights after this began by then my former husband and her brother Luke came out and joined us or join me well us again she was in the hospital and we were all in a little hotel nearby or in her hospital room and I woke up in the middle of the night two nights into this thing and I felt this very fuzzy effervescent energy around the and I he said he is feeling it was her she was technically still alive in the hospital she would at least we thought she was right she was on life support basically okay and she just kind of fizzled threw me in this beautiful kind of luminescent way and I I felt all those sure it was the strangest thing and I said to you is that you and she said hi mom just like that and I said well what are you doing she said I'm trying to reconcile my heart my soul don't rush me and she passed over at that point no sure sure was able to somehow communicate with you in a coma like state right actually exactly but here's the most and stored everything the day before one or two days before when I had walked into her hotel on her her hospital room and I looked at her stretched out on the bed of mind you she was covered with every kind of apparatus known to man as they were trying to keep her alive I was overcome with his deep sense that this was exactly the way things were meant to be and that I had to become a better person and I was going to lose her and she was going to leave me this healing gifts that I was going to bring to other people I thought that was what really came to me the minute I saw her in the hospital room and here she was chatting with me now two days later four days later I checked in with her again and I said well have you made up your mind which isn't all I'm going to cross over just a matter of fact like that and and and there was sort of no drama about it there was no pesos to sound and cross over shortly after that I was sitting in her in her hospital room and I was holding her hand I was alone with her when she's unconscious patient who was still in a coma she was unconscious she was on life support and I was holding her hand and I felt this enormous rush of energy comes through her body into mine and I felt I don't know why I think I describe is kind of an elation a deep relation I sold intense perspective and wisdom and jewelry and energy come into my body and I knew then that her soul had left her body she was still alive her heart was still beating Bolivia mechanic can that happen I don't know I don't know I'm just telling what you're saying it did the most telling thing was that this self involved a woman he walked out of the hospital room to take a break shortly after that and I was walking around San Francisco General Hospital which serves the entire population including the homeless and you know all the people there were large move merges your room must be huge yeah yeah it's a great trauma center it's the top trauma center in the west and they have just a huge population of all kinds of different people very diverse big immigrant families med school students homeless folks I walked through the corners and he felt connected to every person there it was like my heart just cracked open yeah and I was walking down this one chord or not my intention was to call her friends and start to tell them what happened and I called I I walked by this homeless guy and he was clearly really to shovel man it was just a clear to me the homeless guy and I made eye contact with them and I kept walking I stopped not too far down the hallway and I called her friend not show and I told him what happened I want a hung up because I was looking at me and I was looking at him I walked right up to him and I said my daughter's dying.

George dory Suzanne
"george dory" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To coast George dory with your back with our final segment with the jackal willing K. as we talk about his work leadership strategy and tactics what would you say charcoal has been one of your favorites success stories when you've come come into one organization and you saw them actually listen to you apply it and make it work well we we get to see that all the time and and see companies just really turn themselves around I think one that stands out in particular to me was was working with a a very big company and women and it was actually I spent figure did about on a six hour workshop with them and you know that was that was what they could schedule so I went in I talked to him we we kind of broke some stuff down have a great day of training with them and then they they kind of continue on the way they were very busy busy company and it turns out I went to get it to work with a different company in the same area and ice and I stopped by to see them you know I'd I'd maintain communication with the CEO and and so I would catch him back and forth with him over the next it was about it about a year and I I show back up a year later and and when I walk in the office that would kind of high fiving me and all excited and and then I see the CEO the CEO was was he he came out give me a big hug he'd lost like fifty pounds he started working out they put a GM inside of there inside of their facility and they had they had doubled their revenues in a year and this was already a company was doing really well so that's one that sticks in my mind just because you know all the the CEO from a leadership perspective from a personal perspective the company the team everything was just just just incredibly every group incredibly so that was that was great is a must be signing for you to see that happen yeah not not there's no doubt about it when you get that kind of feedback it it it the making to get that kind of feedback you know from from just from emails from you know people send me you know what the revenue should look like what they're PNL water stock prices done they'll they'll send those kind of things to me and that's always that's always great of her I've I've written a bunch of kids books you and the kids books that I've written are are you helping kids over com kind of common problem the kids out and that's another neat thing is getting getting feedback from kids in the kitchen the same principle to kids but get feedback from kids that they did their first pull up that they got an a on a map cast those kind of things so that kind of feedback is is always great to have from companies from leaders and and even from kids do you get so many companies talking about the war in Iraq or anything like that you know what I'm gonna ask directly an occasional question but we don't really present fangs from from a political viewpoint restore that stories that are from Iraq but they're not based on the political environment are based on the on the leadership that that we saw out on the battlefield so we're pretty apolitical it comes to working with clients and and therefore we don't get a ton of questions you know political questions about what's going on did you grow tunes like most of the Iraqi people yeah I mean the Iraqi people this is the one thing that I do explain when I'm when I talk to folks about the war in Iraq is that the normal Iraqi people that live there and and you're trying to understand what a normal Iraqi family if I could be easiest way to explain what a normal Iraqi families like is to say that the normal Iraqi families pretty much like a normal American family and we go into a compound with the house we're we're someone lives and there'd be you know like a data in there that will be working on the call there be a mom that will be cooking margin there be complicates kick a soccer ball around and if you were to ask that guy what you if you ask the father say well what's your goal in life you are going to say was jihadi we're gonna say was an Islamic state what he would say is you know my my goal is to put a it's a put a room on the back of the house when it gets hot in the summertime the kids have somewhere to play they're just normal people that are trying to live their lives and they act when we were there they were trying to live their lives amidst these heinous insurgency savage insurgents that were there torturing murdering raping views locals and they did not want those insurgents that country and they loved our presence and were supportive of what we're trying to do lazy let's go to Tom in la Hoya welcome to the program Thomas go ahead hi George thank you sugar in my call and blessings to you the staff and of course to the entire coast community and commander willing I'm deeply appreciative and grateful for your wisdom and analysis thank you thank you for your service and the comment and then a question the commentators during World War two the one general trapped the German military here are key were truly afraid of was general George Patton and they weren't afraid of Bradley arise from our Montgomery in north central he was pale and you know when you look at the accounts of George Patton running you know being a leader to the third army it seems that his virtue was not his charisma his virtue was that he always bypassed the chain of command and even wrote about this in this story you know that if you want to truly know what's going on you have to ask the price cuts and there were innumerable stories privates you know there might be a private trying to fix a truck and all of a sudden Patton climbs underneath the engine block with royal splattering on his uniform anything else getting what's going on soldier and why is this truck now working and what can I do to support you and there were other incidents such again not just one or two or three accounts but a new marble accounts of private it's being consulted by Hampton because the five pastors chain of command to find out what was really going on on the battlefield and I was wondering if you would comment on that strategy by Pelton and draw and may be on patent himself well this is a this is a strategy that that I absolutely use you know and I the truth hurts well first of all artifacts in this new book work there's a section called picking up brash and and what that's about is you know you go out you know issue but soon and you are trained you shoot a bunch a weapons and the shell casings the brash shell casings are all over the desert and I'm talking square miles of terrain and and guess what that stuff has to be picked up and have to be recycled and it just needs to be cleaned up you can't leave rap all over your ranges are you have to go out there on your hands and knees I pick up rocks and it's pretty easy for a platoon commander to say Hey I've got a meeting back at you know back in our headquarters I'm gonna leave and when you do that it's everything that you just talked about finding out what's going on with the guys the guys seeing that your humble enough to to be out there take a rest I always stated picked up the brass with the guys very similar to the way that jednog compared myself but George Patton by any stretch but that day I got an attitude that I took as well which was I'm going to go ahead and and be there with the boys because not only for your helping out not only so they see that you're you know not above doing the hard work but also so that you learn more about our menu here straight from the horse's mouth what's going on I've got another little section about Patton in here and it won a patent that and as you know I'm sure Tom what a patent sayings with don't we never do again right one market would dig in order to advance advanced advances and and that's a great attitude to have when you're talking about it from a tactical perspective but the way I talk about in the book of knowledge from a tactical perspective but from a leadership perspective I talk about not getting in to defend your ideas so if I come up with a plan on how we're going to execute something and then Tom you come to me with a different plan instead of me digging in and saying no my plan is right your plan is wrong when I did again it leaves me no space to maneuver and and when it would possibly be good to put yourself in a situation where you can't maneuver well when you do again you can't maneuver so I'm a huge fan of Patton you know wars right wars I do it great great book he wrote and yet you know like I I try to learn lessons from him all the time so thanks for the feedback from you do the American sniper Chris Kyle so Chris Kyle was dark so I was the commander of something called fuel P. three casket a Bruiser which is to seal platoon combined together I was the overall individual in charge of the commander and any no to fuel tunes will be that you feel things were Charlie procuring delta will soon and that Chris Kyle was the lead sniper and point man in Charlie Parker and the bulk of the work that he did as a sniper in the fuel teams he did with us during the battle of Amman quite a guy was any yeah great great guy phenomenal guy very right one thing that they don't really portray about very well for instance in the movie is is actually a real funny guy use a prankster although very gregarious always have a good time you're the maid and kind of this solemn character very strange wasn't right right he was you're right you're right to be around tragic death indeed Joe in Boston taken away hi Joseph good morning Jocko glad to speak with you I agree and disagree with George I have a comment a few questions I hope first to get your book on audio because I'm blind what do you think and I know most people don't act how do you make people be responsible like politicians and doctors when you go to a hospital or medical team they have you sign a waiver because a few of my friends have been killed by mistake you really ought to speak to the politicians and stuff like this and I wanted to say I hope and I really sincerely as a blind person hope we get out of these countries they don't want us in there that soldier that shot those people at the air base we help all the people and they don't like us the Saudis we should pull out and teach Iraq you know I agree have like you teach your kids they have to live their life you can't live there for that but don't you think I hope you agree with me that we should eventually bring all our troops home we can't I know we kill this guy he was wrong but we can't police the world I'd like your comment and make your phone available easier on your websites and they'll.

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"george dory" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To coast George dory with your back with our final segment with the jackal willing K. as we talk about his work leadership strategy and tactics what would you say charcoal has been one of your favorites success stories when you've come come into one organization and you saw them actually listen to you apply it and make it work well we we get to see that all the time and then she companies just really turn themselves around I think one that stands out in particular to me was was working with a a very big company and women and it was actually I spent think I did about a six hour workshop with them and you know that was that was what they could schedule so I went in I talked to him we we kind of broke some stuff down I have a great day of training with them and then they they kind of continue on the way they were very busy busy company and it turns out I went to get it to work with a different company in the same area and ice and I stopped by to see them you know I'd I'd maintain communication with the CEO and and so I was texting back and forth with him over the next it was about it about a year and I I show back up a year later and and when I walk in the office that would kind of high fiving me and all excited and and then I see the CEO the CEO was was he he came out give me a big hug he'd lost like fifty pounds he started working out they put a GM inside of there inside of their facility and they had they had doubled their revenues in a year and this was already a company I was doing really well that that's one of six in my mind just because you know all the the CEO from a leadership perspective from a personal perspective the company the team everything was just just just incredibly any group incredibly so that was that was great it's a mystery citing for you to see that happen yeah not that there's no doubt about it when you get that kind of feedback it it it's amazing to get that kind of feedback you know from from just from emails from you know people send me you know what the revenue should look like what they're PNL water stock prices done they'll they'll send those kind of things to me and that's always that's always great okay I've I've written a bunch of kids books you and the kids books that I've written are are you helping kids over com kind of common problem the kids out and that's another neat thing is getting getting feedback from giving a ginger same principle to kids but get feedback from kids that they did their first pull up that they got an a on a map past those kind of things so that kind of feedback is is always great to have from companies from leaders and and even from kids do you get so many companies talking about the war in Iraq or anything like that you know what after asking a quite an occasional question but we don't really present sayings from from a political viewpoint restore that stories that are from Iraq but they're not based on the political environment are based on the on the leadership that that we saw out on the battlefield so we're pretty apolitical when it comes to working with clients and and therefore we don't get a ton of questions no political questions about what's going on did you grow tunes like most of the Iraqi people yeah I mean the Iraqi people this is the one thing that I do explain when I'm when I talk to folks about the war in Iraq is that the normal Iraqi people that live there and and you're trying to understand what a normal Iraqi families like the easiest way to explain what a normal Iraqi families like is to say that the normal Iraqi families pretty much like a normal American family and we go into a compound with a house where where someone lives and there'd be you know like a dad in there that will be working on a call there be a mom that will be cooking margin there be complicates kick a soccer ball around and if you were to ask that guy what you if you ask the father say well what's your goal in life he was going to say was G. oddity was going to say was an Islamic state what he would say is you know my my goal is to put a it's a per room on the back a house we could pop in summertime the kids have somewhere to put the just normal people that are trying to live their lives and they act when we were there they were trying to live their lives amidst these heinous insurgency savage insurgents that were there torturing murdering raping views locals and they did not want those insurgents that country and they loved our presence and were supportive of what we're trying to do lazy let's go to Tom in la Hoya welcome to the program Thomas go ahead hi George thank you for correcting my call and blessings to you the staff and of course to the entire coast community and commander willing I'm deeply appreciative and grateful for your wisdom and analysis thank you thank you for your service and the comment and then a question mantis during World War two the one general that the German military here are key were truly afraid of was general George Patton and they weren't afraid of Bradley arise from our or Montgomery you know it's central he was pale and you know when you look at the accounts of George Patton running you know being leader to the third army it seems that his virtue was not his caress small his virtue was that he always bypassed the chain of command and even wrote about this in this diary you know that if you want to truly know what's going on you have to ask the price cuts and there were innumerable stories privates you know there might be a private trying to fix the truck and all of a sudden Patton climbs underneath the engine block with royal splattering on his uniform candy sale skiing what's going on soldier and why is this truck now working and what can I do to support you and there were other incidents such again not just one or two or three accounts but a new herbal council privates being consulted by Hampton because the five pastors chain of command to find out what was really going on on the battlefield and I was wondering if you would comment on that strategy by Pelton and and may be on patent himself well this is a this is a strategy that that I absolutely use you know and I I've been this return well first of all our affection that new book work the second call picking up brash and and what that's about is you know you go out you know issue but soon and you are trained you shoot a bunch a weapons and the shell casing the brash shell casings are all over the desert and I'm talking square miles of terrain and and guess what that stuff has to be picked up and have to be recycled and he just needs to be cleaned up you can't leave crap all over your ranges are you have to go out there on your hands and knees and pick up Graf and it's pretty easy for a platoon commander to say Hey I've got a meeting back at you know back in our headquarters I'm gonna leave and when you do that it's everything that you just talked about finding out what's going on with the guys the guys seeing that your humble enough to to be out there take a breath I always stated picked up the brown with the guys very similar to the way that general compared myself that George Patton by any stretch but that that is an attitude that I took as well which was I'm going to go ahead and and be there with the boys because not only for your helping out not only so they see that you're you know not above doing the hard work but also so that you learn more about our menu here straight from the horse's mouth what's going on I've got another little section about Patton in here and eat one of PAM that and as you know I'm sure Tom what a patent sayings was that we never do again right one market would dig in order to advance advanced advances and and that's a great attitude to have when you're talking about it from a tactical perspective but the way I talk about in the book of knowledge from a tactical perspective but from a leadership perspective I talk about not getting in to defend your ideas so if I come up with a plan on how we're going to execute something and then problem you come to me with a different plan instead of me digging in and saying no my plan is right your plan is wrong when I did again it leaves me no space to maneuver and and when it would possibly be good to put yourself in a situation where you can't maneuver well when you dig in you can't maneuver so I'm a huge fan of Patton you know wars right words I do it great great book he wrote and yet you know I I I I try to learn lessons from him all the time so thanks for the feedback from you do the American sniper Chris Kyle so Chris Kyle was dark so I was the commander of something called fuel P. three casket a Bruiser which is to fuel platoons combined together I would be overall individual in charge of the commander and any no to steal platoons will be there to fuel three four Charlie procuring delta look here and Chris Kyle would be lead sniper and point man in Charlie prepared and the bulk of the work that he did as a sniper in the fuel teams he did wear off during the battle of Amman why the guy was in a yeah great great guy phenomenal guy very I one thing that they don't really portray about a very well for instance in the movie is is actually a real funny guy use a prankster although very gregarious always have a good time yeah they may have kind of this solemn character very strange wasn't right right he was a he was a right your right to be around tragic death indeed Joe in Boston taken away hi Joseph good morning Jocko glad to speak with you I agree and disagree with George I have a comment a few questions I hope first you get your book on audio because I'm blind what you think and I know most people don't act how do you make people be responsible like politicians and doctors when you go to a hospital or medical team they have you sign a waiver because a few of my friends have been killed by mistake you really are speak to the politicians and stuff like this and I wanted to say I hope and I really sincerely as a blind person I hope we get out of these countries they don't want to see in there that the soldier that shot those people at the air base we help all the people and they don't like us the Saudis we should pull out and teach Iraqi no I agree have like you teach your kids they have to live their life you can't live there for that but don't you think I hope you agree with me that we should eventually bring all our troops home we can't I know we kill this guy he was wrong but we can't police the world I'd like your comment and make your phone available easier.

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"george dory" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on KTRH

"Coast George dory with your back with our final segment with the jackal willing K. as we talk about his work leadership strategy and tactics what would you say charcoal has been one of your favorites success stories when you've come come into one organization and you saw them actually listen to you apply it and make it work well we we get to see that all the time and energy companies just really turn themselves around I think one that stands out in particular to me was was working with a a very big company and women and it was actually I spent I think I did about a six hour workshop with them and you know that was that was what they could schedule so I went in our talks room we we kind of broke some stuff down have a great day of training with them and then they they kind of continue on the way they were very busy busy company and it turns out I went there to work with a different company in the same area and I and I stopped by to see them you know I'd I'd maintain communication with the CEO and and so I was texting back and forth with them over the next it was about it about a year and I I show back up a year later and and what what I walk in the office that would kind of high fiving me and all excited and and then I see the CEO the CEO was was he he came out give me a big hug he'd lost like fifty pounds he started working out they put a GM inside of there inside of their facility and they had they had doubled their revenues in a year and this was already a company I was doing really well that that's one of six in my mind just because you know all the the CEO from a leadership perspective from a personal perspective the company the team everything was just just just incredibly any group incredibly so that was that was great is a must be signing for you to see that happen yeah not not there's no doubt about it when you get that kind of feedback it's it's it's amazing to get that kind of feedback you know from from just from emails from you know people send me you know what the revenue should look like what they're PNL water stock prices done they'll they'll send those kind of things to me and that's always that's always great okay I've I've written a bunch of kids books you and the kids books that I've written are are you helping kids over com kind of common problem the kids out and that's another neat thing is getting getting feedback from kids in the future the same principle to kids but get feedback from kids that they did their first pull up the big on a on a map cast those kind of things so that kind of feedback is is always great to have from companies from leaders and and even from kids do you get so many companies talking about the war in Iraq or anything like that you know what I'll get after quite an occasional question but we don't really present sayings from from a political viewpoint restore that stories that are from Iraq but they're not based on the political environment are based on the on the leadership that that we saw out on the battlefield so we're pretty apolitical it comes to working with clients and and therefore we don't get a ton of questions you know political questions about what's going on did you grow tune like most of the Iraqi people yeah I mean the Iraqi people this is the one thing that I do explain when I'm when I talk to folks about the war in Iraq is that the normal Iraqi people that live there and and you try and understand what a normal Iraqi family if I could be easiest way to explain what a normal Iraqi families like is to say that the normal Iraqi families pretty much like a normal American family and we go into a compound with a house where where someone lives and there'd be you know like a data in there that will be working on the call there be a mom that will be cooking margin there be complicates kick a soccer ball around and if you were to ask that guy what you if you ask the father say well what's your goal in life he was going to say was jihadi we're gonna say was an Islamic state what he would say is all you know my my goal is to put a it's a put a room on the back a house we could top the summertime the kids have somewhere to play they're just normal people that are trying to live their lives and they act when we were there they were trying to live their lives amidst these heinous insurgency savage insurgents that were there torturing murdering raping views locals and they did not want those insurgents in that in that country and they loved our presence and were supportive of what we're trying to do lazy let's go to Tom in la Hoya welcome to the program Thomas go ahead hi George thank you sugar in my call and blessings to you the staff and of course to the entire coast community and commander willing I'm deeply appreciative and grateful for your wisdom and analysis thank you thank you for your service and the comment and the other question the commentators during World War two the one general throughout the German military here are key were truly afraid of was general George Patton and they weren't afraid of Bradley arise from our Montgomery you know it's central he was pale and you know when you look at the accounts of George Patton running you know being leader to the third army yes same bear his virtue was not his charisma his virtue was that he always by pales the chain of command and even wrote about this in this diary you know that if you want to truly know what's going on you have to ask the price cuts and there were innumerable stories privates you know there might be a private trying to fix a truck and all of a sudden Patton climbs underneath the engine block with royal splattering on his uniform any sale skiing what's going on soldier and why is this truck now working and what can I do to support you and there were other incidents such again not just one or two or three accounts but a new marble accounts of private it's being consulted by Hampton because the five pastors chain of command to find out what was really going on on the battlefield and I was wondering if you would comment on that strategy by Pelton and and may be on patent himself well this is a this is a strategy that that I absolutely use you know and I asked this return well first of all I got a section that new book where there's a section called picking up brass and and what that's about is you know you go out you know in a simple tune and you go out and train you shoot a bunch a weapons and the shell casings the brash shell casings are all over the desert and I'm talking square miles of terrain and and guess what that stuff has to be picked up and they have to be recycled and it just needs to be cleaned up you can't leave rap all over your ranges are you have to go out there on your hands and knees and pick up Graf and it's pretty easy for a platoon commander to say Hey I've got a meeting back at you know back in our headquarters I'm gonna leave and when you do that it's everything that you just talked about finding out what's going on with the guys the guys seeing that your humble enough to to be out there take a breath I always stated picked up the brass with the guys very similar to the way that jednog compared myself to George Patton by any stretch but that that is an attitude that I took as well which was I'm going to go ahead and and be there with the boys because not only for your help in out not only so they see that you're you know not above doing the hard work but also so that you learn more about our menu here straight from the horse's mouth what's going on I've got another little section about Patton in here and it won a patent that and as you know I'm sure Tom what a patent things with that we never do again right one market would dig in order to advance advanced advances and and that's a great attitude to have when you're talking about it from a tactical perspective but the way I talk about in the book is not only from a tactical perspective but from a leadership perspective I talk about not getting in to defend your ideas so if I come up with a plan on how we're going to execute something and then Tom you come to me with a different plan instead of me digging in and saying no my plan is right your plan is wrong when I did again it leaves me no space to maneuver and and when it would possibly be good to put yourself in a situation where you can't maneuver well when you dig in you can't maneuver so I'm a huge fan of Patton you know wars right words I do it great great book he wrote and yet you know like I I try to learn lessons from him all the time so thanks for the feedback from you knew the American sniper Chris Kyle so Chris Kyle was dark so I was the commander of something called fuel P. three casket a Bruiser which is to fuel platoons combined together are with the overall individual in charge of the commander and then you know to feel patroons will be there to feel things were Charlie protruding delta will soon and Chris Kyle was the lead sniper and point man in Charlie Parker and the bulk of the work that you did as a sniper in the fuel teams he did with us during the battle over Marty quite a guy was any yeah great great guy for normal guy very one thing that they don't really portray about very well for instance in the movie is is actually a real funny guy use a prankster although very gregarious always have a good time yeah they made him kind of this solemn character very strange wasn't right right he was a you're right you're right to be around tragic death indeed Joe in Boston taken away hi Joseph good morning Jocko glad to speak with you I agree and disagree with George I have a comment a few questions I hope first you get your book on audio because I'm blind what you think and I know most people don't act how do you make people be responsible like politicians and doctors when you go to a hospital or medical team they have you sign a waiver because a few of my friends have been killed by mistake you really are speak to the politicians and stuff like this and I wanted to say I hope and I really sincerely as a blind person hope we get out of these countries they don't want to see in there that so soldier that shot those people at the air base we help all the people and they don't like us the Saudis we should pull out and teach Iraq you know I agree have like you teach your kids they have to live their life you can't live there for that but don't you think I hope you agree with me that we should eventually bring all our troops home we can't I know we kill this guy he was wrong but we can't police the world I'd like your comment and that make your phone available easier on your websites and they'll.

George dory
"george dory" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To coast George dory with your back with our final segment with the jackal willing K. as we talk about his work in leadership strategy and tactics what would you say charcoal has been one of your favorites success stories when you've come come into one organization and you saw them actually listen to you apply it and make it work well we we get to see that all the time and then she companies just really turn themselves around I think one that stands out in particular to me was was working with a a very big company and women and it was actually I spent ticker did about on a six hour workshop with them and you know that was that was what they could schedule so I went in I talked to him we we kind of broke some stuff down I had a great day of training with them and then they they kind of continue on the way they were very busy busy company and it turns out I went there to work with a different company in the same area and I and I stopped by to see them you know I'd I'd maintain communication with the CEO and and so I was texting back and forth with him over the next it was about it about a year and I I show back up a year later and and when I walk in the office that would kind of high fiving me and all excited and and then I see this year the CEO was was he he came out of the big hobby block like fifty pounds he started working out they put a GM inside of there inside of their facility and they had they had doubled their revenues in a year and this was already a company I was doing really well that that's one of six in my mind just because you know all the the CEO from a leadership perspective from a personal perspective the company the team everything was just just just incredibly any group incredibly so that was a great concert a mystery citing for you to see that happen yeah not not there's no doubt about it when you get that kind of feedback it it it's amazing to get that kind of feedback you know from from just from emails from you know people send me you know what the revenue should look like what their queue now what their stock prices done they'll they'll send those kind of things to me that's always that's always great of her I've I've written a bunch of kids books you and the kids books that I've written are are you helping kids over com kind of common problem the kids out and that's another neat thing is getting getting feedback from giving of ginger fame principle to kids but get feedback from kids that they did their first pull up the big on a on a map have those kind of things so that kind of feedback is is always great to have from companies from leaders and and even from kids do you get so many companies talking about the war in Iraq or anything like that you know what after after quite an occasional question but we don't really present fangs from from a political viewpoint restore that stories that are from Iraq but they're not based on the political environment are based on the on the leadership that that we saw out on the battlefield so we're pretty apolitical when it comes to working with clients and and therefore we don't get a ton of questions no political questions about what's going on did you grow tune like most of the Iraqi people yeah I mean the Iraqi people this is the one thing that I do explain when I'm when I talk to folks about the war in Iraq is that the normal Iraqi people that live there and and you try and understand what a normal Iraqi family if I could be easiest way to explain what a normal Iraqi families like is to say that the normal Iraqi families pretty much like a normal American family and we go into a compound with a house where where someone lives and there'd be you know like a data in there that will be working on a call there be a mom that will be cooking margin there be complicates kick a soccer ball around and if you were to ask that guy what you if you ask the father say well what's your goal in life he was going to say was G. oddity was going to say was an Islamic state what he would say is you know my my goal is to put a it's a per room on the back a house we could pop in summertime the kids have somewhere to play they're just normal people that are trying to live their lives and they act when we were there they were trying to live their lives amidst these heinous insurgency savage insurgents that were there torturing murdering raping vis locals and they did not want those insurgents that country and they loved our presence and were supportive of what we're trying to do lazy let's go to Tom in la Hoya welcome to the program Thomas go ahead hi George thank you sugar in my call and blessings to you the staff and of course to the entire coast community and commander willing I'm deeply appreciative and grateful for your wisdom and analysis thank you thank you for your service and the comment and then a question mantis during World War two the one general that the German military here are key were truly afraid of was general George Patton and they weren't afraid of Bradley arise from our McMurray you know it's central he was pale and you know when you look at the accounts of George Patton running you know being leader to the third army it seems that his virtue was not his current small his virtue was that he always bypassed the chain of command and even wrote about this in this diary you know that if you want to truly know what's going on you have to ask the price cuts and there were innumerable stories privates you know there might be a private trying to fix a truck and all of a sudden Patton climbs underneath the engine block with royal splattering on his uniform candy sale skiing what's going on soldier and why is this truck now working and what can I do to support you and there were other incidents such again not just one or two or three accounts but a new marble accounts of privates being consulted by Hampton because he five pastors chain of command to find out what was really going on on the battlefield and I was wondering if you would comment on that strategy by Pelton and and may be on patent himself well this is a this is a strategy that that I absolutely use you know and I I've been this return well first of all our affection that new book where there's a section called picking up brash and and what that's about is you know you go out you know issue but soon and you are trained you shoot a bunch a weapons and the shell casings the brash shell casings are all over the desert and I'm talking square miles of terrain and and guess what that stuff has to be picked up and have to be recycled and he just needs to be cleaned up you can't leave crap all over your ranges are you have to go out there on your hands and knees I pick up rocks and it's pretty easy for a platoon commander to say Hey I've got a meeting back at you know back in our headquarters I'm gonna leave and when you do that it's everything that you just talked about finding out what's going on with the guys the guys seeing that your humble enough to to be out there take a breath I always stated picked up the brass with the guys very similar to the way that generalize compare myself with George Patton by any stretch but that that that is an attitude that I took as well which was I'm going to go ahead and and be there with the boys because not only is your helping out not only so they see that you're you know not above doing the hard work but also so that you learn more about our menu here straight from the horse's mouth what's going on I've got another little section about Patton in here and it won a patent that and as you know I'm sure Tom what a patent sayings was that we never do again right one market would dig in order to advance advanced advance and and that's a great attitude to have when you're talking about it from a tactical perspective but the way I talk about in the book of knowledge from a tactical perspective but from a leadership perspective I talk about not getting in to defend your ideas so if I come up with a plan on how we're going to execute something and then Tom you come to me with a different plan instead of me digging in and saying no my plan is right your plan is wrong when I did again it leaves me no space to maneuver and and when it would possibly be good to put yourself in a situation where you can't maneuver well when you dig in you can't maneuver so I'm a huge fan of Patton you know wars right words I do it great great book he wrote and yet you know I I I I try to learn lessons from him all the time so thanks for the feedback from you do the American sniper Chris Kyle so Chris Kyle was dark so I was the commander of something called fuel P. three casting a Bruiser which is to fuel platoons combined together I would be overall individual in charge of the commander and any no to feel parents will be there to show up three four Charlie procuring delta will tune and Chris Kyle would be leads night per and point man in Charlie prepared and the bulk of the work that you did as a sniper in the fuel teams he did with us during the battle of Amman quite a guy was any yeah great great guy for normal guy very I one thing that they don't really portray about it very well for instance in the movie is is actually a real funny guy he was a prankster although very gregarious always have a good time yeah they may have kind of this solemn character very strange wasn't right right he was a he was a right you're right to be around tragic death indeed indeed Joe in Boston taken away hi Joseph good morning Jocko glad to speak with you I agree disagree with George I have a comment a few questions I hope first you get your book on audio because I'm blind what you think and I know most people don't act how do you make people be responsible like politicians and doctors when you go to a hospital or medical team they have you sign a waiver because a few of my friends have been killed by mistake you really are speak to the politicians and stuff like this and I wanted to say I hope and I really sincerely as a blind person hope we get out of these countries they don't want to see in there that the soldier that shot those people at the air base we help all the people and they don't like us the Saudis we should pull out and teach Iraqi then I agree have like you teach your kids they have to live their life you can't live there for that but don't you think I hope you.

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"george dory" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To coast George dory with your back with our final segment with the jackal willing K. as we talk about his work in leadership strategy and tactics what would you say charcoal has been one of your favorites success stories when you've come come into one organization and you saw them actually listen to you apply it and make it work well we we get to see that all the time and energy companies just really turn themselves around I think one that stands out in particular to me was was working with a a very big company and women and it was actually I spent kicker did about on a six hour workshop with them and you know that was that was what they could schedule so I went in our talks room we we kind of broke some stuff down have a great day of training with them and then they they kind of continue on the way they were very busy busy company and it turns out I went to get it to work with a different company in the same area and ice and I stopped by to see them you know I'd I'd maintain communication with the CEO and and so I was texting back and forth with him over the next it was about it about a year and I I show back up a year later and and when I walk in the office everyone kind of high fiving me and all excited and and then I see the CEO the CEO was was he he came out give me a big hug he'd lost like fifty pounds he started working out they put a GM inside of there inside of their facilities and they had they had doubled their revenues in a year and this was already a company I was doing really well that that's one of six in my mind just because you know all the the CEO from a leadership perspective from a personal perspective the company the team everything was just just just incredibly any group incredibly so that was that was great is a must see citing for you to see that happen yeah not not there's no doubt about it when you get that kind of feedback it's it's it's amazing to get that kind of feedback you know from from just from emails from you know people send me you know what the revenue should look like what they're PNL water stock prices don don't don't send those kind of things to me that's always that's always great of her I've I've written a bunch of kids books you and the kids books that I've written are are you helping kids over com kind of common problems the kids out and that's another neat thing is getting getting feedback from kids in the kitchen the same principle to kids but get feedback from kids that they did their first pull up the big on a on a map cast those kind of things so that kind of feedback is is always great to have from companies from leaders and and even from kids do you get so many companies talking about the war in Iraq or anything like that you know what I'm gonna ask a quick an occasional question but we don't really present things from from a political viewpoint store that stories that are from Iraq but they're not based on the political environment are based on the on the leadership that that we saw out on the battlefield so we're pretty apolitical when it comes to working with clients and and therefore we don't get a ton of questions you know political questions about what's going on did you grow tunes like most of the Iraqi people yeah I mean the Iraqi people this is the one thing that I do explain when I'm when I talk to folks about the war in Iraq is that the normal Iraqi people that live there and and you're trying to understand what a normal Iraqi families like the easiest way to explain what a normal Iraqi families like is to say that the normal Iraqi families pretty much like a normal American family and we go into a compound with a house where where someone lives and there'd be you know like a data in there that will be working on the call there be a mom that will be cooking margin every couple gets kick a soccer ball around and if you were to ask that guy what you if you ask the father say well what's your goal in life he was going to say it was G. oddity was going to say was an Islamic state what he would say is all you know my my goal is to put a is to put a room on the back a house we could top the summertime the kids have somewhere to play they're just normal people that are trying to live their lives and they act when we were there they were trying to live their lives amidst these heinous insurgency savage insurgents that were there torturing murdering raping vis locals and they did not want those insurgents in that country and did they loved our presence and were supportive of what we're trying to do lazy let's go to Tom in low yeah welcome to the program Thomas go ahead hi George thank you for taking my call and blessings to you the staff and of course to the entire coast community and commander willing I'm deeply appreciative and grateful for your wisdom and analysis thank you thank you for your service and the comment and then a question of the commentators during World War two the one general throughout the German military here are key were truly afraid of was general George Patton and they weren't afraid of Bradley arise from our McMurray you know it's central he was pale and you know when you look at the accounts of George Patton running you know being a leader to the third army it seems that his virtue was not his current small his virtue was that he always bypassed the chain of command and even wrote about this in this diary you know that if you want to truly know what's going on you have to ask the price cuts and there were innumerable stories privates you know there might be a private trying to fix a truck and all of a sudden patent claims underneath the engine block with royal splattering on his uniform candy sale skiing what's going on soldier and why is this truck now working and what can I do to support you and there were other incidents struck again not just one or two or three accounts but numer bowl accounts of private it's being consulted by patent because the five pastors chain of command to find out what was really going on on the battlefield and us wondering if you would comment on that strategy by pale and and may be on patent himself well this is a this is a strategy that that I absolutely use you know when I first heard well first of all affection this new book word vivisection called picking up brass and and what that's about is you know you go out you know the issue between one and you go out and train you shoot a bunch a weapons and the shell casings the brash shell casings are all over the desert and I'm talking square miles of terrain and and guess what that stuff has to be picked up and have to be recycled and it just needs to be cleaned up you can't leave Praful rearranges Sir you have to go out there on your hands and knees and pick up rocks and it's pretty easy for a platoon commander to say Hey I've got a meeting back at you know back in our headquarters I'm gonna leave and when you do that it's everything that you just talked about finding out what's going on with the guys the guys seeing that your humble enough to to be out there pick up the rest I always stayed and picked up the brass with the guys very similar to the way that generalize compared myself but George Patton by any stretch but that that is an attitude that I took as well which was I'm gonna go ahead and and be there with the boys because not only does your helping out not only so they see that you're you know not above doing the hard work but also so that you learn more about our menu here straight from the horse's mouth what's going on I've got another little section about Patton in here and he won a patent that and as you know I'm sure Tom what a patent sayings with don't we never do again right one market would dig an organ with Vance advanced advance and and that's a great attitude to have when you're talking about it from a tactical perspective but the way I talk about in the book is not only from a tactical perspective but from a leadership perspective I talk about not getting in to defend your ideas so if I come up with a plan on how we're going to execute something and then Tom you come to me with a different plan instead of me digging in and saying no my plan is right your plan is wrong when I did again it leaves me no space to maneuver and and when it would possibly be good to put yourself in a situation where you can't maneuver well when you dig in you can't maneuver so I'm a huge fan of Patton you know wars right wars I do it great great book he wrote and yet you know I I I try to learn lessons from him all the time so thanks for the feedback you do the American sniper Chris Kyle so Chris Kyle was dark so I was the commander of something called fuel P. three casting a Bruiser which is to seal platoon combined together I was the overall individual in charge of the commander and then he knows to fuel Terence will be there to feel things were Charlie procurement delta will soon and Chris Kyle was the lead sniper and point man in Charlie perfume and the bulk of the work that you did as a sniper in the fuel teams he did with us during the battle of Amman what a guy was any yeah great great guy phenomenal guy very one thing that they don't really portray about very well for instance in the movie is is actually a real funny guy he was a prankster although very gregarious always have a good time unit may have kind of this solemn character very strange wasn't right right he was a you're right you're right to be around tragic death indeed Joe in Boston taken away hi Joseph good morning as Jakle glad to speak with you I agree and disagree with George I have a comment a few questions I hope first you get your book on audio because I'm blind what you think and I know most people don't act how do you make people be responsible like politicians and doctors when you go to a hospital or medical team they have you sign a waiver because a few of my friends have been killed by mistake you really are speak to the politicians and stuff like this and I wanted to say I hope and I really sincerely as a blind person hope we get out of these countries they don't want to see in there that so the soldier that shot those people at the air base we help all the people and they don't like us the Saudis we should pull out and teach Iraqi that I agree have like you teach your kids they have to live their life you can't live there for that but don't you think I hope you agree with me that we should eventually bring all our troops home we can't I know we kill this guy he was wrong but we can't police the world I'd like your comment and make your phone available easier on your websites and they'll.

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"george dory" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on KTOK

"George dory with you along with Vincent Jenna defense how did this all start for you was it because of your youth and some of the emotional things you went through that jump started it what happened well you know George in hindsight that must've been part of it but it wasn't until I was twenty eight years old and the guy that because most of my torment during my entire school career actually became a very close friend of mine at our ten year high school reunion and because his life was was you know going off real bad and things were falling apart in his life but he had nobody to talk to about an internally I was feeling what was going wrong in his life I didn't know how to help him and because of him I actually begged out loud one day in a poor air tab god gives me the ability to help this guy and to help people like him because when I went through torment I knew what it was like for my life could feel like it was falling apart and not have any self belief itself is seen and so within a week of that game literally I was begging that my wife was in the car with me way after visiting him and it started happening all these things started occurring with Steven Spielberg and Cecil B. the mail get no for those of us who are old enough to know says will be the mill with like an epic movies and crazy stuff was happening to me matter fact my wife thought it was going crazy but she knew what me since I was seventeen years old and she knew that I didn't know anything paranormal a or or metaphysically or anything spiritually I really didn't and and yet all of these things that people have talked about and and written about four or the ages in ancient wisdom was all coming to me and happening does she realize then I realized with it that something was going on here something greater than I was and I started to move in that direction and from that point on was doing tons of research George I couldn't get enough information I couldn't study in not to find out what was going on and and how to use what I had and it took me a long time to actually accepted and used to because I was afraid to to use it was such a strong tool and I wanted to make sure that I wasn't gonna hurt anybody with it you will see what was he like the class bully this kid nay he was now only made he only you only you doc and class clown everybody loves this guy but everybody in the school that was always one kid in the school that people picked on the motion that was made and because in the end when we lived in New York you you start school in elementary school will the same kids follow you all the way up until high school so they just went along with me from from elementary school to junior high it was called back then and then high school the same kids and so he would just pick up his his popularity by poking it made and and that's what what why he did that you know it just made him funnier and everybody all yeah you're so great let's beat up Jenna you know let's go to the phones let's start by going to San Diego California merit all is with us I Merida welcome to the program there thank you so much for taking my call I'm calling because I started having problems about a year ago a little over a year ago I went to the dentist and a week later I started losing vision and now I'm skeptical that and I've been trying actually to my eyes and I read affirmations all the time so I want to know if I'm on the right path can this be healed naturally in my six to go to the dentist first I don't know what to do and kind of fruit and what to do I totally get that and understand that and and send thank you so much for calling in and here's the thing you are very insightful I'm going to tell you the emotional and spiritual reason why it's going on you are very insightful but you do not trust your insight you don't you're you're ignoring it at times and a lot of times which is why you're reading confused right now you're faced with an insightful decision and you have a lot of them but you got to learn to trust yourself you are actually more intuitive in psychic than you know and so what's happening is your external vision is being blocked and hindered because your internal vision needs to grow out what we what what happens to us externally is usually an indication of what's going on with inside of ourselves maybe you're seeing the world a little bit too negatively or your life a little bit too negatively right now and and unconsciously you're blocking back off and wanting to stop it and any time that that happens it means to go inside you need to sit and meditate you all great that way your soul even for other people do you do you understand that point that you are capable of being insightful for the people you have in the past you have given great guidance for other people do you get that yes I do yes you do that you don't trust didn't believe in it okay you're like who am I to know these things to mine to be special well from now on you have to know your specialness you have to trust and believe that you know good things you come from a pure place with pure intention so as you continue to work on it in a positive way using alternative medicine as well yes you're definitely going in the right direction start trusting yourself and believing in yourself and say to the universe and to your higher self I can see what I need to see show it to me I accept it and don't be afraid to go with your inner vision the stronger you make your innovation you're out of vision will follow in twenty twenty okay and I've never heard of a doctor a dentist screen up somebody's vision vents well what happens is George's some of the steps that we take will bring out some issues a matter of fact one of the reasons why that happened to our I I don't believe that she chose the right dentist necessarily to go to inside fully she may have had and into which in the either do something else or go someplace else because she didn't follow it all of a sudden back came out with the eyes let's not Allison in mesa Arizona welcome to the program I I will send happy new year to you all you too happy new year Alice and what's your question for me on I've got a big projects like changing projects this year which is make your relocation looks less likely across the country I've unlocked the thirty three you keep going because I had yeah I need this to be about the last move I ever make out or at least as close to the last weekend in the right area it is the right area you can't you're right on it I'm getting big changes big growth and and you really got to think of expansion and getting out there where you're moving to the people will want to know you for some reason and you've you've just the more you get yourself out there publicly because you're not moving to hide you're actually moving to get more involved does that make sense to you yeah absolutely I want to get in I want to find my tries you're gonna find your truck hi he and his and his the other thing don't be so surprise you the medicine man of your tribe of the medicine woman you're out on the door the shaman huh well.

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"george dory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Coast to coast George dory with your back with John hold has we talk about predictions for twenty twenty and perhaps beyond we'll be taking calls next our journal let you finish up about Iraq in the one to get in the impeachment process and get your take on how you think that's going to unfold as well yes the in June of this year we were ten minutes away from a war with Iran over the drone being shot down and what I'm seeing developing now from this **** for tat thing it's beginning to happen inside Iraq is is dangerous as that I think so too and because it's also the revolutionary guards in Iran of also said you know if if you keep this up we will also respond the United States secretary of defense and state saying we're looking at other military options and this is the thing that I'm very concerned about is that trump was something is few people understand this perhaps as much as I contend I do because I was actually very accurate in predicting his course up to this point because I put a signed all the judgments for and against him and just look at his astrology and what is happening here is we were literally saved by this kind of open mirror like quality that he hasn't despite all the other full all the other stuff is going on with his Jim and I Iran is the ease at ease in chaos kind of way of being just ten minutes before the bombs were dropped on the run and he said how many people going to die and that was Mister president to be about a hundred fifty and he said why are we killing people because of robot plane which right and and and so I feel that now the Bolton is not there now there's other people around him he because he's such a wide open channel not very conscious of it it's like they're luring him in again into something that will move his hands start a war with Iran just sit in short this is very dangerous because we don't have time to go on for hours but in the few seconds I'll simply say you go with Iran you launch a war with Iran you very rapidly set the whole Middle East on fire and then this is the classic barber a vassal prophecy of not Saddam is about their vassals between the two eagle king who have eagles in their totems America and Russia are dragged into the Middle East against their desire and you have a potential nuclear war some some leaves little shenanigans like what happened in June and what's happening again it seems like the warmongers in the world especially in the military industrial complex are handing our new year into this crisis that's just what we need to and then I could pull the Russian China's well Jr well you that's the intent in fact it's it's starting to become very clear that's the whole strategy in the the reason being in the next few years it makes a dangerous is that there are revolutionary changes happening in economics that are going to see the weapon Ising of the dollar push away not only China and Russia and India have their own economic system free of the US dollar but I see Germany doing the same in where Germany goes with its Bundes bank Europe will follow Europe will become more your Asian and this is this is a huge historical shift I mean the the scenery in the little time we have want to get clear to everybody listening is the twenty twenty is a tiny is basically a time where all the organized established ways of power that have been around for the last two thousand years of the piscine age are going to begin step in three steps to unravel starting at the end of twenty twenty the end of twenty twenty four and by twenty twenty six these are the three.

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"george dory" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"george dory" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Coast George dory with your back with John hold has we talk about predictions for twenty twenty and perhaps beyond we'll be taking calls next our journal let you finish up about Iraq in that I want to get in the impeachment process and get your take on how you think that's going to unfold as well you're free in June of this year we were ten minutes away from a war with Iran over the drone being shot down and what I'm seeing developing now from this **** for tat thing it's beginning to happen inside Iraq is is dangerous as that I think so too and because it's also the revolutionary guards in Iran of also said you know if if you keep this up we will also respond the United States secretary of defense and state saying we are looking at other military options and this is the thing that I'm very concerned about is that trump was something is few people understand this perhaps as much as I contend I do because I was actually very accurate in predicting his course up to this point because I put a signed all the judgments for and against and just look at his astrology and what is happening here is we were literally saved by this kind of open mirror like quality that he hasn't despite all the other faults and all the other stuff is going on with his Jim and I Iran is the ease at ease in chaos kind of way of being just ten minutes before the bombs were dropped on the run and he said how many people going to die and that was Mister president to be about a hundred fifty and he said why are we killing people because of robot plane which right and and and so I feel that now the Bolton is not there now there's other people around him he because he's such a wide open channel not very conscious of it it's like they're luring him in again into something that will move his hands start a war with Iran just sit in short this is very dangerous because we don't have time to go on for hours but in the few seconds I'll simply say you go with Iran you launch a war with Iran you very rapidly set the whole Middle East on fire and then this is the classic barber a vassal prophecy of not Saddam is about their vassals between the two eagle king who have eagles in their totems America and Russia are dragged into the Middle East against their desire and you have potential nuclear war these little shenanigans like what happened in June and what's happening again it seems like the warmongers in the world especially in the military industrial complex are handing our new year into this crisis that's just what we need to and then I could pull the Russian China's well John are you that's the intent in fact it's it's starting to become very clear that's the whole strategy and the the reason being in the next few years it makes a dangerous is that there are revolutionary changes happening in economics that are going to see the weapon icing of the dollar push away not only China and Russia and India have their own economic system free of the US dollar I see Germany doing the same and where Germany goes with its Bundes bank Europe will follow Europe will become more your Asian and this is this is a huge historical shift I mean the the scenery in the little time we have want to get clear to everybody listening is the twenty twenty is a tiny is basically a time where all the organized established ways of power that have been around for the last two thousand years of the piscine age are going to begin step in three steps to unravel starting at the end of twenty twenty the end of twenty twenty four and by twenty twenty six these are the three major.

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"george dory" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"george dory" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"George dory with you and we're gonna introduce your down toward newest member of our coast to coast team this person is known for breaking ground as a news anchor and meteorologist for major markets and cutting edge networks CNN and the weather channel this person's face and voice became familiar to viewers and the millions of homes through this person's prime time broadcast throughout the US and around the world as a journalist with a nose for news and stories behind the headlines our investigative reporters worked in multiple markets in various capacities with a curious interest whether it's hard news controversies conspiracies of the mysteries of the unexplained this person is uniquely distinguished as the only television broadcaster to be both a news anchor and degreed meteorologist at the network level it is my honor and privilege to welcome to the team Cheryl Jones Cheryl welcome it's good to have you with us thank you George I'm so happy to be here with you and the close family and all of the coast listeners looking forward to a long future with you on the program because not only have you covered hard news in your career would you really got a sense for the unusual in the bald bizarre many of the things we do on this program. I did I started out in mainstream news isn't it. absolutely absolutely and eventually your program which is going to be two hours for a couple months will expand the three hours and then we'll take calls with you next hour of course and you've got two great programs force you're coming up once you tell us about the first one okay George this is a story many will find hard to believe it even for paranormal researcher an investigator Terry Lynn keel this is her first time to talk publicly about a most unlikely healing in a truly bizarre way it's an alien healing her true story of a malevolent extraterrestrial all linked up on the coast website Kerry is an author she writes true short stories of strange happenings and occurrences with non human entities including UFOs extraterrestrials angels and other unusual creatures she puts her two passions the paranormal in spiritual as host of the internet show in NYC Matt economically. in this very personal conversation. hold me what happened to her and she was afraid to tell anyone about it and if you get this herself with private for many years until now let's listen regular interstate and why I'm looking for her describe this alien encounter. the manager conversation. your story in your new ebook is very compelling unlike anything I've ever heard of you say from a very young age for as long as you can remember your life has been inundated with a myriad of strange and anomalous experiences in for you this is the first time to talk publicly about it I followed your life story and no need to be a very grounded person not given to drama or composition of something that truly did not happen to you this is the most bizarre event though an encounter with an.

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"george dory" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"george dory" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Back to coast to coast George dory with you this hour bill foss with us some of his books include the secrets of spiritual success and journey to their Kaushik records build guides teaches heels there was private sessions workshops and books guarded by spirits throughout the years of studying the higher mind to spiritual path patterns from around the world ancient cultures healing in the arts bill brings through today spiritual perceptions from ancient times in a very clear concise way to help unlock the secrets of spiritual success we're gonna talk about the construct records tonight Hey bill welcome back yeah hello George good to see you during our beyond belief television show that was fun yes we had a blast he did a great job right for thank you this is not what we hear so many things about the culture crackers I I remember hearing that on writings from Edgar Cayce what are they well the the culture is the a caustic records is it's a term that is often referred to and there just aren't a lot of deep sources out there on it the Akashi crackerz themselves or I like to refer to it in three basic ways number one it's a modern day modality it's been a modality it's also an ancient mystical system of defining information from beyond and it's an actual place so if we look at the Akashi crackers as an actual place it's the higher dimensional library if you will holographic fiber in the higher dimensions that is part of the earth's fields and this is access this is like a way station for all souls that are coming from other star systems for gathering around the earth and waiting to turn into earthly incarnations and also souls that are leaving the body at the end of a lifetime before we nears death so to speak and a transition in the souls will go up and this is we're there are librarians and keepers of the records that or liaisons with the angels with the allergy him isn't on up directly to divine source so the souls as part of god each sold your soul Meisel everyone soul is like a piece of a blue printer fingerprints of of god of divine source creation creator and each one of those blueprints fingerprints comes down is a soul to have an earthly experience and as we were telling the story of evolution of humanity when I was growing up taking my Catholic catechism classes they always talked about this book that you would they get to when you died yes and they would review this book with you about your life the things you did write the things you did wrong is that a little bit of what the occassion records are exactly yeah yeah yeah that's interesting how different religions have a different approach for the same thing it sure is and you know the the word Akasha itself the age you were conscious it shows up in many ancient dialects is an ancient Egyptian eight agents Samarian it's in Tibetan Hindu the Indian dialects and also the Easter who records the book how does how does my information your information everybody's information get into the book that's an interesting question there's there's actually two answers to that you want to say and your soul as part of god so let's say an individual souls part of god comes down from stores or from another star system comes into the hall of records and he is literally has a certain protocol yes so some souls are born out of creativity some souls are born out of of leadership yeah and different things that were being there's a spiritual teacher or something if he is so huge soul coming down into the records there are certain dynamics that god put into play in a person's life so there are immutable events that are in the records for a soul to experience now help those happen those complete out in a multitude of different ways just like we you know if you're starting at one just one point in going to a destination there are multiple different ways that you can get to that destination so your response to is situational the other part of that is that yours you are literally writing your book of life as you go so this is the reason why it's so important to get a handle on knowing the self being president and studying I like to recommend people to to go into and study about the ecology crackers a lot of times we get outwardly directed towards psychic messages from the future what's going to happen when things can happen with all everything that that could happen is already in our fields is already in the energy fields of the body and and your writing it as you go so the only thing you really need to do is step out the front door you know when the review was being done yes who's conducting the review and what happens when the review was done okay that's a good question the of the campers the the fellow humor angelic mastering tools that reside in the records these timeless beings are there obviously creator god he is monitoring this and let's say somebody passes you know the set maybe one person has a great life they have a very long life it's a happy life for its colorful events happened they they pass naturally at the end of her turning maybe another person has suicide and so they're just they fling their self to the other side there or a situation like that or people that are transitioning with maybe illnesses and things of that nature the interesting thing is whether the dentist natural or it's his preconceived for half of an illness that the person in the soul the soul knows there are multiple exit points there are multiple exit points and the soul will take an extra point and the souls be on time the souls beyond linear time so it will it knows it we and it's time to go in it usually creates a situation in the physical reality for that to occur when when you go up here and you're there this piece these will say people people reviewers yours librarians masters there are masters here there or are archangels there are guys there are family members whatever is going to make the individual feel most supported often times though that's who will show up all rights do with this bill we're gonna take a quick break we'll come back and talk more about the consecrate Kurds and also we'll take phone calls next on coast to coast AM always on your phone then you'll be happy to know the coast website is now optimized for mobile users just point your iPhone or android browser to coast to coast AM dot com and enjoy here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said sweet something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just around the band cowboys said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Calabro said works for me how about you cow boy smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues yell sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said not better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprise new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurant fox news.

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"george dory" Discussed on KTRH

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"Coast to coast George dory with you Peter ward our special guest our final segment as we talk about th superhumans and explain crisper again for us Peter if you would yeah Chris for is a technique where a geneticist can insert one machine that so it she of course could produce a protein or in some cases we think Jian's can certainly influence behavior but mostly they they build a protein in a protein itself might be part of the cell wall but it also might be something that helps you see it could be something that makes you smarter so in some cases single protein single genes can actually really dictate of major consequences for an animal and so what the Chinese did this take this Chris Byrne again this is a tiny way of putting a little slice of DNA just a little segment of DNA into an already present living creature it gets sliced into a spot along a long DNA strand of chromosome and begins to work so you will put in a working bit of biology that was not there before well the Chinese did is find the gene that helps produce big muscles and they put it in two dogs and I mean these silly beagles are enormously muscular and it's to make the point the scariest of all dogs that I know of is called away we even use that warm that term for describing something skinny the weapon as taught again Nick muscles I called Arnold Schwartz and whipped it still Phillies looking saying accept the consequences and what it means or not silly at all how many genes does the human body possess summer like thirty or forty thousand it's not all that many because it isn't one gene for one biological thing that happens genes can turn on big clusters of areas of the body they can controller genes that consequently move other genes to do this or that when we think about how human bodies for is much like you build a house you're the general contractor you've got to bring in the workers but you also have to bring in the materials at a given time and place you're not going to build a roof before the frames up to building the body is is a really a dance of bring in material to the right place having the right workers so there are genes that control all that there are genes that are very simple just telling you what type of fingernail you have or what what mature your bone is made of but they found the Chinese from the gene the single gene that could increase the muscles in a mammal we are mammals interesting take now what happens if you change all hundred genes do you really change the complexity of a human being well I mean one of the interesting things about for instance people say why can't we very quickly increase intelligence intelligence is coated on many many genes in fact there are there are at least yes we used to be there were four hundred separate genes that all of Iraq to produce the intelligence that we have so Chris for can only put in one is of time so you're certainly not going to make anybody very much smarter not being able to mess with all four hundred genes for Christmas something where you look for systems that only a small.

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