17 Burst results for "George W Walter"

"george w walter" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast

Fandom Zone Podcast

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"george w walter" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast

"Sure i just thought to myself as hard when you like hate to guys got some really dislike. Somebody say i don't dislike this guy but as long as he was trying to let it go. I think maybe yeah. I think the the judges were like okay. We can we can take this. Let's let them do it. Sounds like you know what just let you skip. You know skim by the area the skin of your teeth or you know you just kind slip in under the wire on this one. Yeah the minimum level. We needed there. Okay we'll give you a pass. This hurt again right right. Okay okay get your powers okay. I but the the martial arts comparison is great on your part showers because it is very much not whole once again and was zen thing of embrace nothingness and just focus on the tosca hands right so so at least you know what was able to put that his mind for long enough to get them in through through the door to get their powers and you know it's a very. I thought it was a very powerful moment. I thought it was a very cool origin for them. You know how the there is that. Pay off you know. We kind of wondered throughout the season. Especially like i said we're things weren't moving as quickly whether they would give us a satisfying enough payoff for all this island stuff in the in the i think i think it was very interesting and it. Interestingly it i it. Also because of the issues that explorers between walter and george and walter and sheldon and sheldon and grace We see how that translates tonight years later and how it how what happened. Did the island still impacts them to this day. That's why i think it makes very skillful writing for the of course the epic moments where the folks in the cup and the adults actually hovering above them. They're descending like they're above them and yeah just it's a very like oh well you know. They've got their powers in the world has been changed forever. That kinda thing yeah. It's very much as jupiter anti and the and the gods of the pantheon of nutri decided to visit us there out. Go there we go all right. So what's your rating for this episode. I'm going to give this nine. Ten lit up cliff faces. Okay all right. I i was going to do something similar. I was gonna go swirling multicolored lifts. So but i'm gonna go back and i was like a candy right. Hesam swirly multicolored lists their tastes. Wakes me kids love. Really both the cutting lifts.

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"george w walter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"george w walter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Peggy Fleming was 1968. Give them equals for that Paula South Pacific death of a salesman. Oklahoma. And Harvey. Uh, Okay, South Pacific. Death of a salesman Oklahoma and Hardy. I think you probably start with Harvey Yeah. Start with Harvey. And then I'm confused about the order the next to Whether it's Oklahoma or death of a salesman because South Pacific would be last. That was the last of the great Well, Harvey, let's say, Harvey, death of a salesman, Oklahoma, South Pacific. Well, I'm gonna give you three points for that you got South Pacific was indeed the end of that story Project in Hamster. Oklahoma is the beginning in 1943, Oklahoma, followed by Harvey in 1945, followed by death of a salesman in 49, South Pacific in 50, Jimmy story, very tough. And finally bury a hard one to end John L. Lewis, George Meany Emmy and why Walter Ruth, ER or U T, H E R and Jimmy Hoffa, huh? John L. Lewis, George Meany, Walter Ruth ER and Jimmy Hoffa. Meaning I'm guessing would be last. No, no, no. Head of the af of l A That or the CIA Can't remember. He was indeed I think, John and lose my tip. Let's go. My guess would be John L. Lewis, Jimmy Hoffa. Walter Ruth or George Meaning. You know, you've got one out of order. I'm going to give you seven points for that. It started with John L. Lewis and the United Mine Workers in 20. Walter Ruth Er, the United Auto Workers of 46. George Meany was indeed the head of the FL CEO in 1955 and Jimmy Hoffa. He came to the top of the Teamsters in 1957, Let's go on, and we'll call this one up erratic. From the puns, clues and obscure references. Please tell me to what opera or operetta? Do I lose an example not particularly smile producing. Might be low in grin. Oh,.

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"george w walter" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"The Who, and unfortunately the Beatles other that's a generation before, but to me, the Stones Zepp who that's the upper level? No, The upper echelon is the Stone's death. Flynn, Pink Floyd. Good Mac Eagle, and then somewhere, maybe CCR. The Who is underneath that wrong right Where Papa Roach? You know Papa Roach. Like I said, the Who was the papa roach of their generation? No, That's not what you're starting to see things my way, not laughing. Your point of view, especially on the heels of yesterday's Muppet argument. Your point of view is clouded on this one. What? I can't move. I didn't tell you this year. What? I watch the Muppet movie last night. Well, how are you now? Just I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I had to shut it off in some point, but I was three minutes into it. And I looked. I looked at my fianc. And I said, I'm pissed that I've waited this long to watch this movie. What a freaking film that is. Oh, my goodness that I'm a muppet guy I love I love the premise that no, I'm not. No, I'm not. That movie is so underrated. Like, I don't know why we're not talking about that movie in history is one of the is like a great film. Okay? You know what? Papa Roach belongs up there. With whom? I'm sorry. I just hope told you that So for imagine seeing it as a muppet fan your whole life and then knowing that the kind of the Muppets have fallen by the wayside a little bit so that everyone was saying Yes. And then Jason Siegel the fact that he wrote that I believe in my God and and he might have even directed it, too. And then he was so good, Okay, but but I will also say. You also say. I think that within the movie, my point is proven. How so? So what would you refer to I believe his name was George The little the little his little buddy Walter Walter. Sorry he's George anyways. Walter. What? What do you refer to Walter? Is that the start of the movie? Okay. Well, he wasn't a Muppet. He's working. He wants to be a muppet. Alright. He want your hell. You're right. Yeah, exactly. Right. So great. So I'm right. So when you say I'm right you mean I'm right in the whole.

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"george w walter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on KCRW

"Rachel Martin and I'm no well king good morning George Floyd's brother Thelonious Floyd is asking Congress to pass laws that will ensure his brother did not die for nothing on the joints and make the necessary changes that make blonde force but the solution and not the problem hold them accountable when they do something wrong teach them what it means to treat people with empathy and respect Mr Floyd was speaking at a house hearing yesterday house Democrats have now released their proposals for police reform and a group of Senate Republicans is crafting their own plan senator James Lankford of Oklahoma is part of that team he's on the line with me now good morning senator good morning to you so what specific policy changes will be in the Republican police reform package where most players and transparency actually lines up extremely well with what George Ford brother was talking about on Capitol Hill the house hearing yesterday trying to work through the process of how do we get more information out read greater transparency for law enforcement and to actually get some areas where we don't have equal justice exposed about me give some examples of section called the George Ford Walter Scott notification act this provides transparency in the time that there's a deadly use of force that that information will come out about forty percent of the departments around the country already provide this information we want to make sure all of them provide this information that data helps everyone to be able to see it we have.

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"george w walter" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

10:27 min | 2 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on WDRC

"And strong and it's good and I appreciate your support honestly provocative this is a very big deal with so does this is worse than he definitely believes there are instances of racism but what he believes are law enforcement are the best in the world he believes that by and large they're good people the seven hundred fifty who were injured defending this country from rioters in antifa in the streets asked to be distinguished from the peaceful protest protesters those seven hundred fifty officers who are hurt defending our country or heroes as well as David Dorn a police officer who lost his life I am Patrick Underwood who also lost his life in the last week or so that is Kayleigh McEnany speaking on the White House briefing room just a few hours ago and she's already getting heat and why because she told reporters straight out does the president think that George Floyd's death was an injustice absolutely does he believe that occasionally there are police officers out there who violate the law and in the case of the Minneapolis cops now under indictment including Derek Chau van who had his murder indictment upgraded late last week and as of today he's being held on one and a quarter million dollars bail that he was out of line as well and he's now fired and charged with the crime but should the president change his position should should there be you know some kind of answer for American racism among the cop sure but is there systemic racism for the cops I don't believe so and by the way after her comments today Kaylee McEntee was called out by representative Alexandria because he Cortez you know the not the sharpest tool in the shed member of Congress well I think really only has the the rest of this term I don't expect her to return to Capitol Hill but she's demanding an apology from Keighley maxkamadda mac in any for purported racism because the spokeswoman had not addressed her by her title representative Alexandria because you're gorgeous the only thing is consigo Cortez was wrong as she's wrong and so about so many things American any had referred to her by her title the White House said No Way there is not going to be an apology but let's go back to Kaylee for a moment she talks about how all of this is diverting attention from the real issue take a listen to merit LA wants to define police take money away from police American flies you to merit New York wants to take money away from police that means cutting of police I means reducing police departments that means defining police department is not getting rid of them entirely no he does not agree with that and that does not agree with that and by the way democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden doesn't agree with the funding police either and this is going to put the left in a real quandary because everyone's while Joe Biden gets one right in this case he says no he's not in favor of de funding the police but after two weeks of violence and mayhem and riding in Minneapolis and many of the other big cities in America the Minneapolis city council yesterday voted their intent to disband the entire police department and why well Lisa Bender who is the city council president in Minneapolis says that when you call for help that you're actually well you're actually engaging in a white privilege take a listen to what she says do you understand that the word dismantle or police free also makes some people nervous for instance what if in the middle of the night my home was broken into who do I call I mean I I hear that loud and clear from a lot of my neighbors and I know in myself too and I know that that comes from a place of privilege because for those of us for whom the system is working I think we need to start talking about you and what it would feel like to already living that reality where calling the police may mean more harm is done now you see how's how crazy this is in other words there are in America just you know than the numbers so you can share them with your friends the police have a citizen contact one million times every single day in America and I had somebody ask me how is it possible to have that many contacts well you've got to about eight hundred thousand believes I think of the United States that means every cop talks to about one person every day except you can imagine there are many cops out there we'll end up talking to a couple of dozen people if they come to your house in the middle of the night and they respond to you they talk to you they talk to your friends they talk to your neighbors and they say there was a robbery or there was a burglary in this house when they investigated they have many many citizen contact three hundred and seventy five million citizen contacts per year for American police and yet Lisa Bender at the city council in Minnesota says no no no this is wrong we have to disband the police take a listen to what she says about the president committed to dismantling policing as we know it in the city of Minneapolis and to rebuild with our community a new model of public safety that actually keeps our community safe we're hearing loud and clear from thousands of voices in our streets here in the park today phone calls emails right now our police department is not making our community feel safe instead of investing in more policing that we invest in those alternatives this community based strategies no not what's crazy about this she says they don't make our community feels safe because anybody of any color or any age or any religion or any anything in Minneapolis a kid can call nine one one and say something bad is happening in my home or at my school and they can call on the police and the number of occasions where the police do something like what Jerry show van is accused of doing indicted for doing to George Floyd those are exceptionally rare most of the time the police show up at your home and your business at a public place any hour of the day any day of the week and they respond and they take care of it and I don't care what color you are now let's go to senator Tim Scott who was on fox news today talking about this whole crazy idea of de funding the police I'd say on the the fun police what a ridiculous idea it is not an idea whose time has come it should never come absolute nation requires law and order we need order in our streets and the easiest way to have that is they have a strong presence of character driven law enforcement officers that's exactly right end to the charge that we talked about all our I talked about last week on this program the charge that there is systemic racism in policing in America now I know you hear this from some of your liberal friends let me give you some ammunition to shoot back with last year in twenty nineteen in America about one thousand citizens were shot and killed by the police now I understand that's a problem almost all of those people almost all of those one thousand shot by the police where do you were shot because they were armed and they were dangerous and you say but what about my liberal woke friends who tell me about all the unarmed African Americans who were killed out of one thousand people that's out of three hundred and seventy five million citizen contacts one thousand people shot by the police how many were unarmed black Americans nine of them nine of them and one of those on unarmed Americans actually had a gun in his car take a listen what Tim Scott says about systemic racism there's no doubt in my mind that the average law enforcement officer in this nation is not a racist there's also no doubt in my mind but when you look at the actual facts black folks are two and a half times more likely to be stopped by an officer than whites there's a lot missing in the articles one of the reasons why I've proposed legislation the George Floyd Walter Scott notification I did law enforcement agencies to report data on the use of force that leads to death without Seoul sensible I'm gonna 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"george w walter" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

08:29 min | 2 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"We're in part four of the six part series looking at the first six six of the Star Trek films. This one is set of course in the nineteen eighties star trek for the voyage home. It's a PG rated film it does have have some language and mild violence the times an hour and fifty eight minutes. The CAST includes William Shatner. Leonard Nimoy Catherine Hicks deforest Kelley. James Doohan George George Decay Walter. Caney nichelle Nichols Jane Wyatt. In Mark Leonard the director is Leonard Nimoy in the screenplay credited to Steve Pearson. Peter Cracks Harve Bennett and Nicholas Meyer now star trek for the voyage home. It starts with our heroes. They're on planet Vulcan. They're loading up to go home. They know they're gonNA face punishment from the federation for their hijacking of the enterprise. We saw that in Star Trek three as well as its subsequent destruction not to mention inching the sabotage of the excelsior. The other starship. That was chasing them as the approach earth they find that there is a giant space probe and it's threatening to destroy the planet. Senate it's emitting this signal to which those people on Earth are baffled on how they're going to respond to it. They determine that the probe is sending messages in the language anguish of humpback whales but the problem is humpback. Whales have been extinct on Earth for over two hundred years with seemingly no obvious solution. S Two how to respond Kirk and crew decide that they're going to use their Klingon bird of prey starship to time-warp back to the late twentieth century in order to snatch a couple of humpbacks backs and bring them back with the hopes of saving their timeline of earth. They discovered that there are two whales that are in captivity there at the Bay area in Sedation Institute. Still the only have a limited amount of time to figure out how to transport these whales and to put them in tons of seawater and get them to the future so to get close. They need the help of a sedation institute. Expert her name is Dr Jillian. Taylor played by Catherine Hicks. And they're also going to need to find nuclear wessels and harvest enough automic energy to send their tapped out ship back into the future much more to the story than that. But that's the basic premise. It's pretty much achie- breath of fresh air I think in the Star Trek movie series. It's the lightest of the films in terms of tone. It also rounds out the trilogy which started back with Star Trek to the wrath of Khan although this has a decidedly different vibe to it and tat that one was more deadly serious and while it does continue three months after Star Trek. Three the search for spock. It is still I think very accessible if you only have a passing familiarity with the television series but you have not seen the previous films. I think you're still going to get some mileage out of Star Trek Four. What sets it apart from other star Trek Adventures whether the movies or the television show? Is this ingenious idea. That's behind the story. It really boldly goes where no other has gone before it does have a heartfelt ecological message and thoroughly entertaining premise. This an execution. It really should not have worked. I mean this is a very ambitious film but it still does. It does wonderfully at that. Now the kickoff to the making of Star Trek for it started back with paramount's announcement just a few weeks after the release of Star Trek three into theaters. They were negotiating with Leonard. Nimoy they wanted him to return to direct the fourth entry in the cinematic Star Trek series. Back then Nimoy in the producer. Harve Bennett decided that the next movie should be much lighter in tone than the darker one that was experienced the search for spock. Now today this is the only star trek film in which no one dies unless you count the whales who are being harvested for their blubber in this video. That's showing it the citation tation institute. It's also the first to contain stronger language and that supply some potent in some very humorous commentary on Dialogue in the twentieth century culture. Now one goal of Star Trek for was to tie up Star Trek threes loose adds to return the film series into kind of status quo for future entries. He's four star Trek for the franchise after two movies done in the television wing of the studio now is done by the motion picture wing. Originally it was done by the TV studio to to keep costs down but because they knew that it was going to be at least a solid hit. They decided to move forward with it. Harve Bennett came up with a top ten favourite star trek episodes list from which to get ideas from it. Pretty much coincided with what many fans consider to be the cream of the crop as well so so he looked at the elements of what people enjoyed enjoyed about those episodes. He found that there were a couple of time. Travel episodes that were a particular delight for him and for fans specifically city on the edge of forever forever that was considered one of the top star trek episodes of all time in that really turned on the light bulb in their heads that the next film should probably have the crew go back in time and and the method to achieve time travel comes from the episode called tomorrow is yesterday. And that's where the enterprise slingshots around a star and it sends the enterprise back to the nineteen sixties Steve. After they discussed what era they wanted to shoot the film and they felt that the modern day seemed to work best they would set it in the home base of what would be the federation the Future San Francisco. This is a city where there futuristic uniform might not seem out of place so it very much was in keeping their the modern setting provide some pretty choice fish out of water moments and the satirical commentary on the so-called primitive and paranoid culture of Contemporary Society. As has Nimoy was on another project he was performing in this NBC miniseries in Europe it was ernest. Hemingway's The sun also rises there. He came up with this outline during this in person. Meeting with Harvey Bennett in August of Nineteen eighty-four he ended up consulting with professors at MIT and Harvard and the University of California in Santa Cruz especially especially their Seti. Division the search for extraterrestrial intelligence topics daddy discussed with these professors included theories related to extraterrestrial probabilities. He's the difficulty of communicating with these aliens and how civilizations might connect across distances in space. That might take eons to diverse. There was inspiration here for Nimoy on centering. The film around conservation came from this nineteen eighty-four book. He was reading by Harvard. Professor named Edward. O Wilson it. It was called bio field area and it was about the mini species of animals and plants that are set to go extinct and what their loss might mean eventually to the future of humankind as Nimoy meanwhile began to contemplate with the loss of millions of species might mean for Earth's future. He decided he was going to base the plot of the film on the need to save a species that was predicted to be extinct extinct within three centuries namely the humpback whale in addition to fitting in nicely with the San Francisco setting the decided to choose the humpback whale because of its size is in its grace and especially for its distinctive and sophisticated use of songs to communicate. The crew had come back to Earth's pass to get a pair of Humpback. Whales better are needed to sing their song to this alien civilization. Who are trying to communicate with this? Highly Intelligent Earth Species Nimoy was inspired by this idea. Due to a favourite ray Bradbury story that he had read called the Foghorn in that story. There's a sea monster that attracted to the sound of a lighthouse foghorn corn because that foghorn happens to sound like itself and he thinks that it's going to be another creature like him. The monster ends up destroying the tower when the men inside ended up turning off that foghorn and that was kind of the kernel of the idea here with the space probe that story was adapted into a movie before it was called the beast from from twenty thousand fathoms came out in the nineteen fifties. And they'll still. The concept here seems pretty new and fresh in the context of Star Trek adventure except with this alien race possibly destroying earth with a powerful probe to search the oceans when the songs of the whales that sounded like their language ended up stopping. A hard Bennett was less hands on with the script this time. He assigned the duties to his inexperienced writing team of Steve Pearson and Peter Craig's paramount. Like the story idea. But not any of their scripts grips the one hindrance and this is kind of a novel thing here. It had to do with them. Trying to incorporate a role for renown trekkie. Eddie Murphy Raffi. Yes Eddie Murphy. 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"george w walter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"That there is talk of some people are recognized leaders talk about changing elevations that plane fly at in maybe the hours that they fly trying to get them out of the sky in time to kind of clear the sky for the evening but you guess reaction to that might would interest me okay go head to yeah they were actually guarded yeah you you hear these speculations but the the actual data doesn't show that there is a factor that the the planes are flying at a greater altitude so a plane say where in the days when we could only get to twenty thousand feet maximum then you were still within what's called the troposphere and the amount of gas is that the plane was putting into the atmosphere right relative to the total amount was it was very very small now when you've got most of the player use are flying in the stratosphere then their output particularly water vapor and water vapor is by far the most important greenhouse gas so that that water vapor going into the stratosphere and we do know there's been a significant increase and and cirrocumulus which is clouds in the lower stratosphere and so that yes that will affect the the ability of the sunlight to get to the earth and the the heat from the earth to a state of the space so these are factors that are known about but are not very well major or all clearly defined yet but realistically the the the all is correct theoretically Walter in Pennsylvania taken away Walt hi George there Walter your job with all due respect to doctor ball I think he knows he's the alter ego of the late great doctor Paul are like god George I don't know either side of the crime at issue is one hundred percent correct George I think we're conducting a what you might call an open ended experiment with the planet and we're using ourselves as the Guinea pig not George with all due respect to doctor ball I think it's it's common sense that the human population of of the earth cannot increase the wind energy one a you are George I think the last time you had doctor ball on he made the statement that he believes that you're asking for if we support a climate of I want just twenty eight billion George I think that's a preposterous than an absurd statement hi George if they think.

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"george w walter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And the night time temperatures generally dropped everywhere and I also understand that there is talk some people are recognizing there's talk about changing the elevations that plane fly out and maybe the hours that they fly trying to get them out of the sky in time to kind of clear the sky for the evening but your guests reaction to that might what interests me okay go head to they were actually guide is there is yeah you you'll hear the speculations but the the actual data doesn't show that there is a factor that the the planes are flying at a greater altitude so a plane say where in the days when we could only get to twenty thousand feet maximum then you were still within what's called the troposphere and the amount of gas is that the plane was putting into the atmosphere right relative to the total amount was it was very very small now when you've got most of the player use are falling in the stratosphere they and their output particularly water vapor and water vapor is by far the most important greenhouse gas so that that water vapor going into the stratosphere and we do know there's been a significant increase and and cirrocumulus which is clouds in the lower stratosphere and so that yes that will affect the the ability of the sunlight to get to the earth from the the heat from the earth to a state of this space so these are factors that are known about but are not very well majored or all clearly defined yet but philosophically the the the all is correct theoretically Walter in Pennsylvania taken away Walt hi George there Walter your job with all due respect the doctor ball a lot I think he knows he is the alter ego of the late great doctor Paul Ehrlich job George I think the driver's side of the crime at issue is one hundred percent correct George I think we're conducting up what you might call an open ended experiment you know what the planet and we're using ourselves as the Guinea pig not George with all due respect to doctor ball I think it's it's common sense that the human population of of the earth cannot increase the one seventy one a you are George I think the last time you had back the ball on he made the statement that he believes that you're asking for if we support a climate of I do I just twenty eight billion George I think that's a preposterous than an absurd statement that Jordan should if they think they're so much feel torn water CO two and H. T. O. R. H. too low in the atmosphere is causing problems there's a simple solution applied curry because sure the marvelous surprises of photosynthesis it turns carbon dioxide a water into what so I think we are good Walmart humans we human just get together and plant trees as you know that you're getting your getting into the Brazilian rainforest and I think that your your because a lot much of the problems how to react to that Tim well yeah out every day obviously one of one of the solutions to the problem there's just get rid of all the people on the planet but but the reality is that we have every right to be here is as with any other people the big difference between us and all the other species is that we are are conscious of issues and conscious of problems and have the capability to do something about it no other species can do that but but one thing that I will point out to the caller is sent Earth Day April twenty second is Lenin's birthday and so the whole idea all the vitamins and it is actually been promoted and portion of as a political agenda well we're saying all the sky is falling we need one world government to stop it and therefore we need we need socialism from pole to pole and and brought back so very very much what's driving this issue at the other thing that's interesting is of course that you're you're right you're suggesting that humans are different than all the other species that we have no right to work one way they better get the good word of another species and their leaders are all numbers but people will always feel very violently all about so so there's a whole lot of of misconceptions misunderstandings and and far too much emotionalism in the discussion of any of these issues Tim since you've been doing this what do you think is it fifty fifty people who believe in the man made climate change as opposed to a natural climate change what do you think the perceptiveness no I don't think there's about ninety percent of believe it in human caused climate change hi really yeah yeah because that's what they've been sold that's what's been there very being told by their governments that's what the ones telling them not for school tells them the the the question is how many of them think that is actually a province is their lives or or affects their lives in any way and that that's the more important issue next up let's go to jam in Brooklyn New York hi Jan go ahead all right all right all right hi hi hi I'm I got two questions and one that has to do with lots of people making box on it and my second place this I'm hearing me upset because they took away my right followed by Easter labs I can't get no more that's to act but I didn't really buy it now that's all because of you to them yeah I apologize for that but not sorry I didn't hear the first question could you repeat it for me Jan he needs a first question again he didn't hear my date rather than climate that yeah there are people making money from this tell mark thank restricted to that yeah what is IT Limbaugh just follow the money but but more important than that is the power if you could if you could convince people that what they're doing is is a fact the the goal and you have a power control over them and so yes it was at one point it was more of the money but only one a very small percentage have had to have control of virtually all the money now the issue is is the power okay next up we go the map truck driving and I'd Ohio welcome to the program hi Matt hello John right question for doctor well already I I just had a quick question about the jet stream is and how much that the judge very actually affect if you're there that is that right there full.

"george w walter" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Much more complex than the body we tried that with the Philadelphia experiment with the destroyer and all the even though the destroyer was teleported to a different location all the crew on board were dead in three materialized as induction Centel Bela can his brother well it you know yeah right yeah I think our accept the word of just that much more accurately because the they can say that they were teleported but you can't teleport the human body because it's it's not gonna be it'll get there will be dead you are much more than just the form as a soul which is in and that cannot be constructed and reconstructed by mechanical means so there are a lot of claims in this field but there's also a lot of the S. too let's go to Wall Sir in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey walls go ahead hi George you Walter always great to talk to George job I tried with all due respect to Mr strictly yeah check it the eminent Dr Neil degrasse Tyson were on with us he would require what the your doctor Carl Sagan used to say George I think job we have to be careful to differentiate science fact from science fiction I think you followed you to a lot of people and I will have the date has become like a religion George you're a lot of people are are substituting aliens for angels George we've talked about the pirate match suggestion on the show before in nineteen seventy nine thousands of people and inside of my porch your goal she wore that the virgin Mary because of the sun to fall out of the sky in George in nineteen thirty eight when Orson Welles put war of the worlds on the radio why yeah because the nationwide but I like people thought that so you know we're being visited hold on Walter we're gonna finish up with you when we come back right after the break I want to get you in there Walters our resident skeptic there are plans hang with us and we'll get it get to his question and will take the rest of the calls next on coast to coast AM to access the audio archives of coast to coast AM log.

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"george w walter" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Three ninety nine a pound and all seven hundred fifty milliliter bottles of wine or champagne are forty percent off when you buy six or more part of cloudy today right now fifty two degrees at Lindbergh field in California cook when the fifty two thousand or eight three said del Mar yesterday today's first post is at twelve thirty PM I'm Erik Roy eight seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking down facts regarding town janitor said David Ross and George of Walter Anderson nursery on AM seven sixty KFMB and we're back Mar gardens okay on and seven sixty KFMB and can enter some along with George Allman and Walter Anderson and we're talking about all kinds of stuff going on in your yard and garden it's we're quickly pushing their roots season Rosal start coming in yeah around Christmas wish maybe a little well maybe a little bit earlier bearing fruit trees will start coming in first week or two of January weather permitting all it look we may have we have manned up with another wet winter that guess is a big storm coming in for for thanksgiving thanksgiving right can I think we've I think we probably got two inches of rain at least two inches of rain and it's unknown when insuring that one hour there was coming down pretty good on Thursday I I haven't I haven't emptied the rain gauge I and do that for after the first day and we had an inch the first day I haven't been to that sense off to go out and take a look and see where they were at least in and script ranch I know they got they got a pretty good pretty good soaking up in Julian to over four inches up yeah that yeah that that came down pretty quick up there but to kick off the Beirut season we loved it it's not really bare root stop they're written sleeves the day we've started we've started bringing in started bringing in some crops in sleeves and by sleeve it's about four and a half inch square buying I think they're fourteen inches deep right and we've got a ton of stuff available and some of it is stuff that we used to get better route but now we get him in the sleeves routed into the sleeves and the mortality rate on is significantly lower than it is just with general bare root stock blueberries for example we have eight different have at least eight different eight different varieties out there south moon emerald o'neill short blue sunshine jubilee and there's actually two pink varieties there's pink lemonade and pink came in case anyone again had the pink lemonade for some time now yeah so the and if you want to grow blueberries it's an easy super easy plant to grow.

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"george w walter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Ages six and listen to the roar of the crowd from last year if you sold your here the air raid siren or the bear raid sirens because it was drowned out by all of the cheering that man's game last year boy that defense was swarm and it was awesome the often still was there but you know it was a great came and I just remember Soldier Field the coming just such a huge home field advantage you remember every time your dos would try to go to the head set yes they listen to make fake because it was very publicized I believe that was the one main reasons why that nagging originally ask them to use the better rates Iran to create more noise so Sean McVay could not communicate easily with his quarterback as he was setting up the defense from in sort of coaching in that way they held the rams in that game to two hundred and fourteen total yards they were three of twelve on third down and they forced four interceptions they had is it sacking the bunch as well unfortunate unfortunately the bears won that game fifteen to six it wasn't because of their offense Mitchell promiscuous sixteen of thirty for a hundred and ten yards a touchdown and three interceptions by Jordan Howard had nineteen carries a hundred and one yards so for all the people there screaming at us that the bears made a big mistake getting rid of Jordan Howard which I think there is it there are a lot of people they feel that way Jordan Howard had himself a night that night but it was not raining all night it was not a thing of beauty but it was it was the most dominant defensive performance I had seen and I can't tell you yeah yeah in a al Michaels will be joining us here in a minute or two it but it was just last week the bear raid siren with no crowd noise just doesn't sound cool why do you know what I can hear the siren it drowns out the fans were is the hours you know because there was no noise you know when it was such a boring game and remember at that time what were they were there with the with the rams twelve eleven AM to at that point they were they were yeah they were rolling on there were eleven and one the bears won that game to move to nine and four right so so that I think the rams came in and they were eleven and one I believe in that game weren't they when they got to town the checker yes yes they were they were eleven and one at the time the bears the day and then the rams ended up losing to Philly the following week well they came to town eleven a one but they still went to the Superbowl you know when they sell it to the Super it was hollow because of the call for me but yeah they went to the Superbowl this is the end this is the defending NFC participants in the Superbowl but that win last year at Soldier Field was the first time I started to believe the bears could go to the Super yeah I mean that in that was a great defense that's when they were they were playing great great how many names different names did you hear that montage Kyle fuller Eddie Jackson Eddie Goldman Akeem heck I greatly this lance point was mentioning letter full anyway where I mean the difference between last year and this year on a number of fronts Eddie Jackson last year in the full season had fifteen passes defended six interceptions and two forced fumbles to this point in the season and get more only nine games in five passes defended zero interceptions zero forced fumbles now I'm not suggesting treated as having a horrible year and sometimes the ball comes your direction sometimes it doesn't but the dynamic there there is not there this year and and the entire defense with all of the explosive play we talked to Tony Dungy earlier bears on Sunday night football we had a mind before the opener more ball have times changed here in Chicago and we were going to sing Happy Birthday to him but we decided to do it I can't play a game he does not want to hear us sing him too much respect for al Michaels to sing to it was al Michaels birthday two days ago our good friend Michael will bind told us about that yesterday and the al Happy Birthday belated I did you have a good day two days ago but but don't believe all of the numbers in there November twelfth is correct the rest of it I would like to tell you news but the listen I'm just on this side of the B. pivot there's only one of the and speaking of the deep division yeah so within the past hour I was wrapping up a round of golf at the at my club here in Los Angeles and who did I see district okay that makes that again now you guys right you guys are not pining for Kate Kate make bound to return at any particular point we may be now our guys played recently make that said to me he said how come how come that he did wind up in our room mount Rushmore of Chicago storage we had going before the one up on the opening day of the week but George Allison Walter Payton and Dick but good on there and said look yeah Christian I picked you know four guys me Jim it's a tough thing to do and I told Kate that he did he did at the finish in the top two thousand Bucks thirty seven that is awesome did you did you think that you would be getting two teams that look like this right now for this game no we didn't in fact like I keep thinking about the famous Denny green wine and to paraphrase the these teams are are not who we thought they were at least at the beginning of the season so but there's a long way to go and somebody's going to get healthy on Sunday night and the somebody's gonna be a heck of a lot better shape after Sunday night than the other team is going to be but it's a it's a crazy year and what we all owe a lot of stuff could happen between now and the end of December alors these kind of these teams from your perspective kinda mirrors of one another with the defense is certainly outpacing performance wise their offenses yes in in many ways it is and the other thing that Justin gonna going over a lot of stuff about the game this week you know how many guys on either team can you name or having a better year is this year than last year almost none none right maybe Allen Robinson from the bears but that's really our only guy who's really over achieved right who would agree to it but there's nothing really stands out to somebody who you say Hey this guy really made a quantum leap this year some guys have planned pretty much the same way they did last year but when you look at guys who have made a jump this year you tell me who you say yeah I mean I I'm I'm stunned tease even think about it I mean certainly here in Chicago it has even the defense out which is not been bad I mean but our expectation level is is so high that they have under achieved in many people's from many people's perspective well yeah I think a lot of it has to do is take away yeah you know I mean last year they were trying to take away from that makes a project and the difference in there haven't been the issue remains statistically they're they're pretty good and so the rams and in that regard but if you're not taking the ball away and the bears did it with great frequency last year and they were they were so dominant you know Khalil Mack was off the charts so you know he obviously missing Hakim picks up front that doesn't help Khalil individually their plan I guess well enough on that side of the ball to obviously have a better record it's been mainly as you guys know mainly about the offense and you can pretty much say the same thing about the ranch how could how old surprised are you that there has been basically no progress from the quarterback position here in Chicago with match I would say it's surprising to the degree that you saw him you know come along last year I thought I mean even in the the double going game he was able to lead him down the field and get away to position to win that game and that was a that was a heck of a drive with the end of the of the wild card game so you began to think and I have a twelve and four season and you're you're on the upswing in you've got a brand new coach who is an offensive guru so I think like everybody else I thought we'd see a lot of improvement this year so and you guys are closer to appease you there all the time what you know is if the injury was is whatever it was just a combination of things and you know with the rams and oil I look at them and look at Jared Goff and he's not living up to the standard that he looked like he would set last year if you want to go crazy at least in in LA here to what's going on is that offense of line they can't keep guys together is only one guy Andrew Whitworth who who is starring in the same position on on the Sunday night that he started in week one everybody else is new trying to get rookies look and a couple of free agents and may have you can't protect upfront you're in trouble the great now Michael joining us while in selfie on ESPN one thousand bears and rams on Sunday night football I I want to ask you about your general thoughts on and quarterbacks who under achieve like match we had this to Tony Dungy earlier are you more of the a believer in luck even if it doesn't go well this year you got to bring them back and tried to get him better or do you like what Arizona dead where you don't like Josh Rosen you get him out of town and you start a new now the bears don't have the top pick to draft a Kyler Murray but you know like plate like Jacksonville learn the top with a game they brought Blake Bortles back in he was bad so are you more of a year too early guy or would you rather err on the side of being a year too late well I would say in that particular case with two beds feeling he did show you enough last year and so it's it's there I mean this something that's there and again you thought that that would be improved upon this season maybe a step forward there hasn't been to this point there's still time left in the season so I'm not sure I would throw the baby out with the bath water here in Arizona is case in a rose it really did you show them anything and I think they felt that you know I think they think they made a really bad mistake and so it was time to just say get a scion our to him and again you know as you say if you have the number one pick and you can get somebody who's out there like that you know the kid from LSU or tag we have or something like that who you think can really be your franchise guide then maybe that's that's the way you might want to go but I don't see that that that happening in this particular circumstance how you you will christen had some really good games in seeing some really good football this year which team and maybe it which player has impressed you the most well I'll tell you what Lamar Jackson we were in there for that doing one game a couple weeks ago and he's breathtaking I mean that is stunning and I think right now people are starting to talk to me about you know do you like with the Superbowl and they are in a conversation right I mean the the ravens are in the conversation they have a really good offensive line the quarterback is he is really special I mean we saw you know the homes of all of last year and how exciting he is that you've got Jackson come along and you know they do different things with large action looks.

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"george w walter" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"If he's hurting and he didn't feel like you're ready to go sitting down it's very simple. Celtics forward will be re evaluated September ninth another handful of days to wait team USA plays Japan in their final pool game on Thursday the game has no stakes the US is already advancing to the next round Japan has been eliminated sports center all night ESPN radio Ezekiel Elliott getting paid in Dallas his old hold out and leave yon bell held out turned out differently in this week places first game in twenty months when he makes his jets debut does want to be eased into the office either he's told coach Adam gase. what. don't help don't hold back he was held out of the pre season for precautionary reasons but didn't miss any practice at all the other contract which was wrapped up this week rams quarterback Jared Goff four year extension stays with the rams presumably through twenty twenty four hundred ten million dollars in guaranteed money they flew under the radar until it was complete it's been fun and I've enjoyed the watching the media circus rowly and understanding that year we had something going on that was between us and and and wasn't involved with you know people outside of this building yeah I've I've enjoyed that and and I appreciate them for that and I think you guys know I'm not somebody to ever wants to make anything about myself and and this was no different I think you know I I I I think I go back to my original statement I think I need to continue and thank my teammates and and thank everyone that's been in my football life since since I was young and very grateful common wisdom was Jared Goff may not be on the elite level but he deserves to get paid and that this turned out to be a smart move by the rams to pay Jared Goff the bears making moves this week outside the stadium Chicago unveiling two statues this week George Allison Walter Payton. deserving. absolutely. but our journey shop says. stop. paid tribute to.

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"george w walter" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Over the place our big mass being. the clean up new knocked down trees and power lines but no reports of injuries that closely the Chicago teachers union is calling upon mayor like put to put it in the contract talks and settle on an agreement there's the mayor's response yesterday despite the rhetoric I'm in the public at the bargaining table we're definitely making progress will continue to do everything we can there's no reason for there to be a teacher strike meanwhile three hundred sixty thousand students head back to the classrooms today in Chicago it's our first official day of school at C. P. S. we'll check WGN sports now hears Damon and good morning the countdown is on for the bears game week is here the bears at work on Labor Day getting ready for the Packers Thursday getting ready for what could lie ahead against Green Bay talk about expect the unexpected yeah who knows what's that's all teams and who knows what that's going to be but the stuff that they do we'll we'll find out you know will will reveal it you know and we'll see and then we'll go but I think because we're gonna have a a good plan in place and will react to whatever they do that's coach Matt Nagy tied in trade burden limited in practice with what the team is calling a minor growing strain and today the bears will unveil statues of George Halas Walter Payton outside Soldier Field college football ninth ranked Notre Dame started slow but finished strong to be local on the road thirty five seventeen quarterback he in both pass for a touchdown and ran for the other games go ahead score after the two teams fumbled on three consecutive plays late in the half the Irish recovering two of them the cubs were shut out for twenty four straight innings before finally breaking out of it in a big way a five run seventh highlighted by Kyle's warmers bases loaded triple and they beat Seattle five to one the white Sox Rick Cleveland ripped by Cleveland eleven to three their seventh straight loss manager Rick Renteria ejected for the eighth time this season stocks will announce some September call ups from the minors today and they play the Indians again tonight in Cleveland will have it here.

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"george w walter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:29 min | 3 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And welcome back our final segment with judge Jim gray as we talk about our judicial system and we'll get to your calls as well I'm impressed with the the kinds of calls you been getting Jim well I didn't George I can't think of anyone I would rather spend independence day than with George Noory in his listeners I I've done your show before and I think the questions are always so thoughtful so it's it's just fun for me to share thoughts with good people and one of your books war on drugs talked a little bit about what we talked about tonight yes it did I I I I developed everything I could think of from and I held the record for the largest drug prosecution in the Central District of California in Los Angeles back in what nineteen seventy eight seventy five kilos of heroin a hundred and sixty five pounds now the record is thirteen tons of cocaine so Sir just not making progress and and so I tried to put it in a book try to get people to read it and to some degree no this was my book I'm proud to say wired drug laws of failed was endorsed by Milton Friedman George Shultz Walter Cronkite Arianna Huffington governor Gary Johnson then from New Mexico and Kurt Schmoke who was then the mayor of Baltimore so I could get those six people to agree on anything I was I was pretty comfortable with that but we we will change away from this failed program because it's demonstrably not working it's money George it's just money course government is by him you're talking vast amounts of money in this matter and we've got to turn it around let's go to Joe truck driving in Montana welcome to the program Joseph go ahead well George thank you take my call sure thing and the judge I could I guess it down S. yonder questions but I'll try to keep it concise will only give you thirty seven Joe make it to make a quick alright who that ask you about why lawyers are not held accountable for lying in the court room and and why a but but I guess my question is the one I want to ask you now is about judges in usually federal judges making decisions based upon past decisions rather than based upon the constitution and it seems like playing that game a telephone used to play with your kids where the messages keep didn't grab more than more scrambled as it goes from person to person and an example would be take for instance you know there's there's plenty of cases in history that we should not be making lot based upon like prison Dred Scott it can you address that question well yes Joe first of all you know the the court system deals in controversy but only almost by its nature so so sometimes that rubs off on as you say that attorneys are lying and maybe they're pushing the truth a bit and and I'm not saying that attorneys don't lie I suppose but but a lot of controversy so if you don't agree with somebody and he's threatening you frequently the responses they're lying but that's not always true we do deal with controversy we also deal with president now the constitution as the brain law of the land but different interpretations I disagreed with the United States Supreme Court on numbers of of interpretation Sir you know certainly including the redistricting I thought they were just flat out wrong recently but I'm not on the Supreme Court but we do have precedent might think you were talking about this yes we we are tried to be bound by prior cases that decided the same subject but of course it's always a little bit different so an attorney tries to show well Amman judge this is already been decided well yes instead of the socks being green they were read in that other case but you try to show how it's analogous but life is complicated basically the system works I well I will end my response to you by saying that as a judge sometimes I am able to swear different people in two different positions the positions or whatever I the Bar Association whatever and they always of course raise your right hand and swear to support and defend the constitution United States then I keep them and keep them with their hand up and I say now also swear that you read it that kind of get some chuckles occasionally but I think there's numbers of judges opinions that I've read I don't think they've read the constitution just like you and I think that we we got I have to go back to our constitution and if you don't agree with some of the provisions then the momentum and change them but otherwise we have to follow them Dred Scott was a disastrous opinion yeah that that that should not be followed Plessy versus Ferguson which basically said yes separate but equal in our educational system allowed segregation disastrous decision so there's some that I disagreed with but by and large I think that eventually we get it right next up jury in Iowa welcome to the program high Jericho ahead yeah yeah comments and questions you got living in the USA very groovy foundation man so a golf you gotta tell you somewhere in time my door art bell on somewhere in time and George you have taken it to the next level I just love what you've done with the show thank you so the call we call stuff really gets me going the more I study and think about the three branches including the judicial judicial on all of them I'm just really falling in love more and more with the government of the United States as given by the founder still getting closer to my question I feel that we're nothing without the religious stuff the the originators of the founding documents so I'm a conservative evangelical so could you please describe to me my new interest in what is libertarian what's a libertarian judge you like for your last yeah and stuff like that so I really like love rand Paul Ron Paul but what's a libertarian chat show and I'll listen in on on the Iraq fear however that such on hold go ahead the judge well I I'm I'm proud to say in our country that we don't have libertarian judges or Republican or Democrat or green or whatever which is supposed to be judges were supposed to be non political listen to the court listen to the issue do the right thing for the right reason but I can tell you what a libertarian is and basically it's Thomas Jefferson was the real proto type libertarian who said I don't care if you worship one god twenty guards or no god it doesn't pick my pocket and it doesn't break my leg so we are financially responsible which is a highly unusual in government today and live and let live in all you can live your life style if you will we cannot force a church nor should we to adopt two men to to to to anything that the the the the any lifestyle that they don't approve of but as far as the government is concerned or neutral and I think that we are on merit we don't go into corny capitalism which we have government choosing some winners and losers bailing out different banks some banks but not other banks some card manufacturers but not others we're pretty much neutral on that lower smaller amounts of government and much more effective government enforcing our contracts and warranties so I'm proud to be a libertarian if you're interested in this go to W. W. W. dot I side with dot com and if you can answer a few questions is private and I think you'll be interested in seeing what that is world W. W. W. dot I side with dot com I think you'd be interested in you'll see if your libertarian many people are I think you may be surprised many people are that's true John in Tacoma Washington take it away John there are have a couple questions the wall what what what a juror do if he was on a jury and we found somebody guilty and then later I found out the man was not guilty that he was basically frame what do you do with something like that judge John that's a hideous situation we have protections we have appeals we can we can approach it but as far as if your direct question is once a jury comes in with its decision that's pretty much it also if a jury finds that someone is is not guilty that ends the case they need later if you find out that the person's lied and was guilty there's nothing you or anyone can do about it if the reverse is true or jury finds that a person is guilty they could approach the prosecutor they could approach the court but the juror would have no further say in it per se but there are protections and more and more we have things like the innocence project where a lot of people found it receive the death penalty were found actually to be innocent and many of them have been exonerated there are protections but if the direct answer your question once a jury makes a decision that ends the juror service that's it John go ahead with your other question quite simply okay okay you know I called in on the toll line and I've been waiting here for seven forty seven minutes and it's been worth it hasn't it John well I'm not really sure anyway thank you for taking my call by certainly welcome John thank you now the reason why you're on hold so long is because we have so many calls that keep coming in one that's the first time callers need to understand you gotta wait in line I've had some people on hold judge for two hours sometimes George you're a victim of your own success yes we are problem yes we are let's go Dani in Alabama high any go ahead hello George thank you for taking my call now you don't wait you don't mind waiting on hold Armonk here for hours on I'm going to get all in Hey there's no words I'd like to make a comment in a question if we have a constitutional rewrites he responded with that yes there is thanks for the older one I will arise eliminate your right to be on this radio show George is right to have this anybody's right never go on no trial by jury anymore that's one to listen to your your audience yes because the solution is probably gonna take over of Luthor's government now what excuse is there what if somebody is growing marijuana the personal use in this not for Florio what will be the issues with the government okay require a permit or otherwise in this new year's in the meantime from that individual well any you go back to the eighteenth amendment in the nineteen thirties the government understood that they could not prohibit alcohol without because there's nothing in the constitution that allow that so they actually went and amended the constitution and brand allowed for the government to be able to prohibit so I think that was the correct answer there is nothing in the constitution that allows the government in.

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"george w walter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

07:37 min | 3 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"But you gotta void the bad foods, the fried foods, processed meats gluten, and of course, for the black art when people have plaque the arteries, whether it's in the crowded decry, the Carnegie arteries, the brain arteries of kidney it. And you get stance in in bypasses done. You have plaque an all your arteries. It doesn't just occurred in one artery. Right. It's everywhere everywhere. And of course, I actually publish articles on plaque any arteries of wild sheep from the Antlers mountains of North Africa. We're in the today, you know, get the inflammation arteries in. They were getting closer all so we're at him. And what was happening is they're being Inonu, just two months here said mixed grain which include week, which is in a middle born in the summertime, they we germ oil oxidized turned into trans fans caused the inflammation. And causes plaque ninety eight percent. Plaque in blockage in the arteries Carney, argues of these two wild sheep in zoo. Okay. And it was written up in nineteen seventy. And of course, it shoulder purely plaque arteries is not caused by cholesterol is caused by inflammation by fats oils, actually, get oxidized, so she really bad stuff. Then again at one, Hildebrand hard pack, actually, slim, and let's see here. Also, give her the ultimate daily. Classic cabinets would get her two bosses. You could take two three times a day or three twice a day purpose here is to support healthy blood pressure. But also to support healthy blood flow through blocked arteries, and I had people who had seventy five percent of their their livers surgically removed because so Phil scar tissue sweeping or her bile ducts and causing jaundice, and all that kind of stuff, and we dock every all the bad food fried. Food processed meats the oils. Gluten got her on the just described for your friend, and and just a couple months time. She regrouped her whole liver and she'd had two thirds of her liver removed surgically over period of years and casually comes to meeting New York and come to meetings and tell us her testimony. Okay. And yeah, her name is Elaine, and she's just a great great lady. But I do this all over the world deliver wants to heal itself. It has great healing response. And so your friend is in a position where he does these things and the bad stuff she can actually heal her liver, but you only have one liver. Doc, you gotta make it work. Yes. Right live with liver. So what you Lloyd Wright's that his wife is taking Lysenko Pearl. Twenty milligrams for high blood pressure and also a statin drug for cholesterol. And he simply asks is this good for her health. No, okay. Standards. When you when you use Dan drugs, and you say way from cholesterol, you're gonna get Anaheim Z's. If it's a woman, she's gonna have menopause and all kinds of little problems adrenal exhaustion, if it's a male he'll have low T and E D load cholesterol is worse than high cholesterol or high class. Very good makes sexy. Doesn't it clog up your arteries? No, no, amply not. I'm the one that proved is caused by plugging your arteries thanking Ariz yard just caused by inflammation as a result of oxidized oils. We're talking oil coconut oil C, others managers. All those your worst enemies. Okay. 'cause he is turned into trans fats. Eat another one is bad. Is Mike Repub corn corn this is? No, you told us that last time that scared the heck out of us. Yeah. Yeah. It causes heart attacks in fifty thousand kids under the twelve each year twenty thousand of them die from plant in the arteries from the microwave popcorn zapped because of the saturated fats put in there or what? No, it's from the us a margin kinda, you know in there. And when microwave gets it causes the heat causes what if they use butter? Well, here's a way to do it. Get an air Popper air popped popcorn melt butter salted butter, and then pour the melted. Salted butter on top of the air pump top corn, you're safe and ready to go radio. Interesting tech, or let's go to Walter in Pennsylvania. Hey, Walt go ahead. Hi, George as you Hewitt soy, great to be only George same, Walter. How are things everything? Good. Good, george. I got a lot of respect for doc wallet. But was Tom. I don't think that you've been boiled down average behavior, and you know, do a biochemical litmus test ahead tests. Now, I majored in biology chemistry in college. I was pre mad. I think I mentioned that the joy job. I know one of the one of the standard compounds that's prescribed for anti depression and aber behavior in this country has dilute the himself eight which supports what thought while it says, George to Fort Hood shooter was it saying psychiatrists now, you know, you would think he would have known whether he had enough lithium in his system. Now, he he allowed himself to be brainwashed into radical. Islam-? So and so I heard that the sandy hook shooter was you know, he was he was only five two or five three was a little guy. Any was always teased about he's high. You know, so and also he also killed his own mother. Yeah. Well, you know, they say, well, you know, the psychiatrists said, well, you know, he was trying. This was his way apply late day of quote, unquote. Big man now, like, I say, I don't think we employ it down to, you know, Alexis miss. That's not I read. Yeah. I think that like my dad justed innocent statistics. I read I read Georgia every day in this country. We consume a hundred acres of pizza. Not certainly dot like, my, you know, I mean he thought about gluten and it ruins the Sealy in the small intestine. Then obviously it presents you absorption. You know, what not let's find out Dhaka's is pizza. Good for you, doc. Well, I like the pizza's made with the caliph lower a week. You know, the pizza crust. Okay. It's free. And there's only one thing better than one pizza was the free crust and it's two pieces request. Of course, I do eat that quite a bit. I love sushi rice and salmon, and that kind of stuff I eat mostly like an Asian, but I do like my free pizza, and I particularly like the flour crust. They do very good job of that candy out is that really should be cooked in a oven that he was only for the free pizza. You know, are basically it can't be used for regular piece of interest with us stock. We're gotta take a break, but we'll come back and talk more and take final phone calls. Doc Wallach from critical health, news dot com. And again, the number to call for help one eight five five nine four nine seven.

"george w walter" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on The Big 98

"Lunchboxes out Morgan number two will be playing this year. Trivia in its EMMY, would you like to what advice giver, I mean, just roll with it? If you miss it. Don't let yourself feel stupid because you will see you don't dwell on it. You know, when you go like a day or two or like, how did I miss that? Wow. That long. Is it affects me big time because it stuff like a first grader or second grader might know. And all of a sudden you freeze up because you're under pressure. And then everyone is in their car yelling at us as reactive. Play trivia and era. What's the most spoken language in the world English? Chinese. The bigger continent. China's not a continent. As okay, let's see. You talking about thinking Asia is a larger continent where they likely they don't all speak do. All right here, we go. China has the most people Chinese the Japanese ready Morgan number two who is the CEO of apple easy trivia. Oh. Who's the sea of apple easy trivia? I wanna say Jeff Bezos Amazon. Can I steal stealing myself? No. But you'll headed Tim cook. That's it would have been. Yes. Now, we know, you know, no points off are easy trivia, what does the w in George W Bush for. Oh. George. Walter. Oh. The w and George W Walter, right? Walker? The wall. He had the sellable count. Thank you. Got a point in the first round easy trivia, okay? Ready? Amy, what continent has the biggest population? Sure. Four point five billion continent. Do you want to change your answer? Visit Africa four point five billion. What had the biggest population don't even mess with me right now Asia, are you going? I'm going to Asia Asia. Trick question Morgan. Number two, easy trivia who.

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"george w walter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

12:28 min | 3 years ago

"george w walter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Okay. Welcome back to our final segment here. Bumping nights. I kinda like open lines once in a while in the middle of the week. Don't you? Let's go to the phones. Katie's with us in Vancouver Canada. Welcome to the program. Katie. Hi there. Hello. George. Hi, I'm so excited for Everett Washington. Are you gonna be there? Yeah. My husband, and I are first trip away. Perfect kids will make sure you come up to us in the meet and greet, right? After the show to. Okay. Absolutely. We can't wait. That'll be fun. Yeah. No, you said to call up. We have had some strange experiences lately. And I certainly have in the last few months. I am and what are these feet that keep washing ashore out there in British Columbia? Oh my gosh. That's been going on for so long. It's weird. Really? Yes. Yeah. It's been going on forever. It seems like you found another one in September with a Nike sneaker on a sock. It's it's strange. Yeah. It's very strange. But that's not why you're calling. No, no, thanks. No. I I I wanna prefets my experience with I guess back in August. I started saying like one night I saw like a a star. But and then I realized it's not a star. It's not a plane. It's not a helicopter. I stared at it for about ten minutes is just hungered in one, but it moved around like wiggled around now like that looks like a UFO. And then I've been tracking it for a while. Anyway, long story short. I've been seeing them pretty much any clear, and I see them and I see anywhere from one to maybe seven of these. And there's always one or two that's really bright. But I swear and I've shown my husband, he sees it too. They move around. But anyway, aside from that in December. I I was taking a taxi from downtown to home. I hail the cab. And there was one that was gonna come. You got stuck at a stop light. So one came through a light and pulled over a black cabin. I said I got in and I get an attacking it's the cleanest, doctor I've ever seen and and the cab drivers saying the Djelic music. It's just like define jealous music. And he said, oh, do you mind the music? I said, no, it's a great surprise. You know? So I actually just started meditating 'cause it was just so so serene and nice. And I and I remember commenting like this is the cleanest tacky I've ever seen and and then commercial came on. And after a few minutes, meditation, and they start speaking French. And he said, oh, do you speak French. And I said, no, I think a lot of Spanish we got talking. He's he's spoke like seven different languages. He's like, oh it comes in handy when you drive taxi because you can talk to all sorts of people. And then he said he sounded like he had a strange accent like maybe eastern European or something. Does not from here, but not not is very subtle. And they said, oh where are you from? And he said, oh, I'm from eastern Canada. And I said, okay, I just I was surprised that he was from Canada, by the way, he spoke. But he said, yeah, I was born in Canada. But we just got a very interesting conversation. She said, oh, you know, we got we got talking about histories that. Oh, you know, there's evidence of civilization from well over fifteen thousand years ago. And I said, oh, that's that's really interesting. I believe it. You know, why not then? And then I said, oh, we just started talking about UFO's. I said, you know, I've been seeing that lately I said, and I looked out the window is that I see like four right now. And and he said, those are definitely definitely something out there. But anyway, we didn't have this great conversation. And I remember like thinking back the whole taxi, right? There was no, you know, taxi chatter, like, no, like, oh, you know, the little radio that says what riser coming like, none. None. The music in the background, and he dropped me off, and I pay and I said, you know, that was the nicest taxi right ever had. Thank you so much and he said, oh, yeah. My pleasure. Anyway, he left, and I I took my elevator up my condo. And I just I felt just so serene, and peaceful and presents, and I swear I felt I felt like that ever since like, it's it's very bizarre elements changed my life. Like, I feel like what if what if you're in one of those separate vibration or something what if you're in one of those flying things that you were looking at. I had I didn't even think of that. That's a pretty interesting concept, and he was an ET. I don't know. It would not it really was. It was just I I've never seen a tactic this this pristine, and if it I don't know it was just bizarre and the more like I didn't think much of it at the time. But literally the more I thought about the crazier got and for another time but about about a week week and a half later, my husband, and I both had this spiritual awakening with life. And I have I've had some some knowledge I feel like brought to me is that cab ride, and I don't know if it had to do with the cab ride, but it's just a very bizarre couple of months, and I think you on a spaceship Gedi. I don't know. Maybe maybe okay. We'll see in Everett next month, by the way, be careful until then Tom texting tweet. What do you got for as a fun call this from Carey in San Francisco, I'm a twin? And I've been wondering why my sister, and I don't have the same fingerprints any thoughts. A weird question. I've never thought of that. I think I've asked people that question of identical twins how they could have different fingerprints. They're not identical. Then they may look the same physically. But if they have different fingerprints. They're not identical. But then they're never be identical twins because that's right don't. So there's no such thing as identical twin, I guess not not if their fingerprints are always different. I good point. 'cause nobody has the same. That's strange. All right. Let's go back to Windsor Canada. Linda's with us on coast to coast. Hi, linda. Hello. How're things across Detroit. Snowy icy. And so no credit by mom called today. And said it is so cold. She can't stand it anymore. Yeah. But I heard your mom ninety years old to be ninety in may. Yeah. God blesses acts forty five. She really does. Well, she couldn't go out in this weather. No, it's too. It's too cold for you. It's the ice. And she's still by the way, she still drives. She's still driving. She drives an eighty nine. Great folks in Detroit, get off the roads. I'll tell you. It's still dangerous driving over there. I mean, I don't think the potholes. But I mean, the speed it's I mean, you know, how easy it is crazy. But I'm glad that she's still well for ninety and I hope you do go and see their sons, they do especially this one. I I liked that lady who was on talked about reincarnation. And you know, I know she's in bargain Christian and saying the bible, you know, it's not in the bible. It is it's in the bible. It's a spiritual part of us all of us that should have been taught and should be taught. You know, speaking in the churches is has which is from scripture because it's not in the scriptures. And I don't buy it. Either. And I did some research in and around four hundred and fifty one some of the bishops and archbishops took it out more as to give more the people that go to the church because of the the reincarnation the theory is are the truth of it is, you know, the rebirth and the birth cycle and their scriptures in the bible proving that if you haven't met the grades then you will be sent back out, and until, you know, become a strong pillar, which is reincarnation exactly. And it said also the basis of that God is fair. How key how can he in one life? Okay. Give you George all the Richardson wealth, and then say Tom make him a poor beggar, and that's one life. No. It doesn't stand up in that way. And it wouldn't. And I just wanted to know. And also like you remote viewing Christ did remove. Viewing. When he saw like Phillipi said dot says, how did you see me Lardy says I saw you by the, you know, the tree Elijah who did the remote viewing saw his servants taking the treasures that. They weren't supposed to touch remote viewing. Yeah. Oh, good point. There is proof. It's in there. If you find it. That's right. You gotta look for Walters with us in Pennsylvania. They walked welcome to the program. Hi, joy, judge ROY. Finally, I just want to try to explain twister. I mentioned last night on progeny recapitulates my lodge. Oh, yeah. I didn't even want to touch that. Jeez. Well, George what that means is inside typically, it means that just station reflects of Aleutian. So it's it's really a proof of evolution George. It means that adds we developed in our mothers, womb, we evolve again, just as our species has evolved, the nature we go from the spermatozoa Ovalles said they were human bugs, then may protozoans Sunday. Unite and form what's called news. I go. And then you go through various what they call blast Jewish stages. Early embryonic stages at six weeks human embryo, and it looks just like a little guppy at house. Things pills and a tale about an inch long until finally in about ten weeks. It becomes up. You know, what's the what's called the fetus? Which in Latin means a little tedious is Latin fan, which means a little man. But do you believe in God, Walter, well, joy got ten weeks? It's undeniably human, so George ten weeks, it's mind blowing and not ten weeks. Billions of years Belushi are Rico, you might say that the DNA molecule it. Remember shoveling George it it it it recounts Goldens of years Lewis. In those ten weeks. I know, but do you believe in God? Well, George no, not in the classical sense, George. I know you have a lot of you know, bible thumpers and whatnot. And they want to cling to the bible, but stuff nothing wrong with that. Well, honestly from the scientific you point up the bible. The Genesis story is one of many, you know, crops up in mom's imagination over the years. From the standpoint of scientists are fable, George, but Walter we don't have enough time to get into this. We gotta do this at another time with you. But there's too much order. There's too much logical order for this not to be developed by some kind of intelligent designer. I don't know what it is. We call it God for lack of a better phrase, but there's just too much order in the universe. Everything seems to work. Everything has a piece of a puzzle. It's truly remarkable. I don't have time to take any more calls. We are click quickly running out of time. Those of you on hold. I am sorry to get back to us next time with more open lines. We've got a great show for you tomorrow and the second half of the program. Ufologist Richard Dolan joins me to talk about government disclosure, which I continue to say just isn't going to come. And so sticky. With us. And we've got some other great shows for the rest of the week as well right here on coast to coast AM and just.

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