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Family says traumatic loss, not suspects' motive, is the story
"A close knit community in Saskatchewan is grieving after a series of deadly stabbings The deaths of ten people in Canada is raising questions about why the main suspect with 59 previous convictions was on the streets in the first place but saskatoon tribal leader Mark arkan says his family's story is about the victims First nation's culture the matriarchal society She lived that He says his half sister Bonnie burns and her son Gregory were killed and another son was stabbed She was protecting her son Arcan rushed to the James Smith Cree nation reserve the morning of the rampage We shed a lot of tears in the last couple of days Audio courtesy CTV I'm Jennifer King
Guardians top Tigers in 10 innings, extend win streak to 5
"The guardians ran their winning streak to 5 games by scratching out a ten fitting run to beat the tigers for three Cleveland wasted a two run lead in the 9th but wanted on a two out RBI single by rookie Oscar Gonzalez The guardians are 92 when extra innings Cleveland starters Zack police sack limited Detroit to one run in four hits while striking out 7 in 6 and the third innings And Yale de Los Santos improved to three and O despite allowing the tying run in the 9th Gregory Soto slipped a two and 7 The outcome gives the AL central leading guardians a game and a half lead over the twins I'm Dave ferry
One Example of How Government Schools Are Being Completely Corrupted
"Gregory from Alabama says Charlie, I've been telling my Friends that schools across the country are teaching some rather perverse things, but I get pushback saying it's not that bad. What are some examples you can give? Of how schools have been totally corrupted. Well, look, we don't have time to go into all of them. But there's one that stood out this week, and we want to keep this theme going. We want to keep on building the parents party and a restoration of the protection of our children and the innocent and the complete and total rejection into oblivion and to create a stigma around the perverts. The perverts that are teaching are children. This is a remarkable thing happening in San Diego public schools. In San Diego public schools, they're teaching children that heterosexuality is a system of oppression, and that they should instead become gender queer, pansexual or too spirit. So let me take this a step further of which media matters will try to take out of context, so I'll be very precise how I say this. If they're teaching that heterosexuality is a system of oppression, AKA bad, and they instead should become gender queer pansexual, how is that not trying to make kids gay? Let me say that again. If the training materials say that heterosexuality is a system of oppression, which implies bad and that children instead should become gender queer, pansexual or too spirit, how is that not encouraging or pushing kids into a gay lifestyle?
D-backs score go-ahead run on balk, beat Rockies 6-4
"The rays erupted for 7 runs in the 9th inning to beat the tigers 7 zero The game was scoreless until Gregory Soto walked yu Chang and yandy Diaz with the bases loaded Brandon Lau followed with a two run single and Randy arose arena added a two run double Raise opener drew Rasmus and pitched three scoreless innings and Colin poche got the win Tigers starter Matt Manning pitched 7 shutout innings allowing four hits and three walks while striking out 7 The outcome keeps Tampa Bay two games behind Toronto for the first AL wild card birth I'm Dave fairy
Actor Nick Searcy Joins Dinesh to Talk About His Latest Film
"Guys, I'm happy to welcome back to the podcast award winning actor and producer Nick sir C you know him for his role in best picture winner, the shape of water. He's been in the Oscar nominated Moneyball and castaway and fried green tomatoes and runaway jury. He's also the course played the costarring role on the hit TV series, the FX series called justified, and he teamed up with filmmaker Chris burgard to make a terrific film about January 6th called capital punishment. We're gonna talk about that. Hey Nick, welcome to the podcast. Thanks for coming on. You are just telling me that you have your in a film that daily wire has just released. It's a western tell us about that one. Yeah, it's a western called terror on the Prairie, and I play the title role. I'm the terror. And that's kind of why I still look like Gabby Hayes a little bit. It's a real real throwback western and just a terrific experience, a great people with Gina Carano and Dallas Sonya and the daily wire people. It was great to make a movie with the where for once I wasn't outnumbered being a conservative on the set. And I know you're saying that the kind of old style western that we thought was extinct that Hollywood won't go near anymore. It's been revived in a kind of a new form. Tell us a little bit about how does this compare to the classic westerns with Gregory Peck and Clint Eastwood and so on. Well, it's really more of a throwback to the peckinpah westerns of the 70s. It's a little bit more like wild bunch than it is like the searchers because it's pretty bloody. There's quite a few crimes, let's say, in the movie and it's unflinching. And so I would say it's probably an R rated for violence type of
"gregory" Discussed on The Final Lap
"Over to listening to my newest podcast. I'm sure Toby and Carrie have told you all about it. Rowdy dragons, NASCAR fantasy sports book over there on Toby Christie dot com. I'm piggybacking right off of this show. I'm gonna give you some good information on those bonus picks. I'm doing some deep dives on those head to head matchups, and so far it's up to my game a little bit in the bonus point category. So come on over to Toby Christie dot com, click on that podcast, page, and you'll see rowdy dragon sports book pop up there, and I got a good 15 minutes or so of advice on those bonus picks and some sports betting odds. So you can probably find rowdy dragon's NASCAR fantasy sports book in just about any of your podcasts out there, but it's easiest just to go over to Toby Christie dot com and click on that. Podcast tab and you will find me right there. And of course, the final app weekly is right there in the middle of the page as well. Two birds, one stone. All right guys, I appreciate you hanging out and listening to the final app weekly fantasy segment of the show. I'm rowdy dragon, packing up my RV, heading to Sonoma. We'll talk to you again next week. All right, there you have rowdy dragon. Thanks once again to Jill Gregory from Sonoma raceway for joining us on the program as well. Lots of stuff always on this program. We were supposed to make shorter shows, by the way, we're not. Who said we were making shorter shows. Not even close. I think some fans were wondering if since we changed the format and not doing radio and we were tied to that 48 minute mark. I think it's we're pole vaulting over that every week. Oh, certainly, certainly no, no doubt about it. We have more of them pole vaulted over it at this point. I will also say this about the weekend carry with the weather. You were kind of bringing up the weather a little while ago. We talked about the weather looks nice. There's a lot of wind coming over there. So this could kind of wreak havoc with.
Man convicted of murder in Minnesota clinic attack
"A Minnesota jury is found a man guilty in a shooting at a medical clinic last year that killed one staff member and wounded four others AP correspondent Norman hall reports a jury in Buffalo Minnesota about 40 miles northwest of Minneapolis convicted Gregory Ulrich after short closing arguments on both sides all rich took the stand and said he didn't want to kill anyone just caused damage to draw attention to his pleas for medication to end his back pain investigators have said he was addicted to opioids and angry that his supplied been cut off Prosecutors asked jurors to consider video of Ulrich mentioning killing nurses The defense attempted only to dispel the argument that the attack was premeditated Sentencing is set for June 17th I Norman
Son of famed American artist charged in Jan. 6 Capitol riot
"One one one one of of of of the the the the more more more more than than than than seven seven seven seven hundred hundred hundred hundred people people people people arrested arrested arrested arrested in in in in connection connection connection connection with with with with the the the the assault assault assault assault on on on on the the the the capital capital capital capital in in in in DC DC DC DC last last last last year year year year is is is is the the the the son son son son of of of of a a a a famous famous famous famous artist artist artist artist and and and and he's he's he's he's also also also also someone someone someone someone the the the the Associated Associated Associated Associated Press Press Press Press spoke spoke spoke spoke to to to to the the the the day day day day of of of of the the the the riot riot riot riot blood blood blood blood ran ran ran ran down down down down visiting visiting visiting visiting the the the the less less less less we we we we space space space space as as as as he he he he stood stood stood stood outside outside outside outside the the the the capitol capitol capitol capitol dousing dousing dousing dousing his his his his eyes eyes eyes eyes with with with with water water water water after after after after you you you you said said said said he'd he'd he'd he'd been been been been pepper pepper pepper pepper sprayed sprayed sprayed sprayed overpowering overpowering overpowering them them them if if if you you you had had had like like like another another another fifteen fifteen fifteen twenty twenty twenty guys guys guys behind behind behind us us us I I I think think think we we we could could could have have have won won won it it it because because because this this this is is is the the the first first first the the the last last last week week week pleaded pleaded pleaded not not not guilty guilty guilty to to to several several several charges charges charges including including including assaulting assaulting assaulting officers officers officers the the the department department department of of of justice justice justice says says says he's he's he's seen seen seen on on on police police police body body body cam cam cam using using using a a a police police police shield shield shield to to to ram ram ram officers officers officers yes yes yes but but but but but but but but but but but but it it it would would would stand stand stand what what what happened happened happened in in in this this this election election election neighbors neighbors neighbors Aidid Aidid Aidid it it it from from from photos photos photos at at at the the the scene scene scene he's he's he's the the the son son son of of of pager pager pager Gregory Gregory Gregory Gillespie Gillespie Gillespie whose whose whose art art art is is is in in in the the the moment moment moment and and and Whitney Whitney Whitney I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker
Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia: AP-NORC poll
"I I I I knew knew knew knew A. A. A. A. P. P. P. P. nork nork nork nork poll poll poll poll shows shows shows shows many many many many Americans Americans Americans Americans do do do do not not not not think think think think president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden has has has has been been been been tough tough tough tough enough enough enough enough with with with with Russia Russia Russia Russia during during during during the the the the Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine war war war war fifty fifty fifty fifty four four four four percent percent percent percent of of of of those those those those who who who who responded responded responded responded think think think think the the the the president president president president needs needs needs needs to to to to get get get get tougher tougher tougher tougher with with with with Russia Russia Russia Russia Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Gregory Gregory Gregory Gregory Coney Coney Coney Coney in in in in Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts Massachusetts says says says says sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions should should should should have have have have started started started started sooner sooner sooner sooner zero zero zero zero to to to to sixty sixty sixty sixty is is is is just just just just start start start start it it it it bank bank bank bank right right right right away away away away you you you you know know know know even even even even when when when when they they they they were were were were thinking thinking thinking thinking about about about about everything everything everything everything should should should should been been been been already already already already set set set set up up up up ready ready ready ready to to to to go go go go Tony Tony Tony Tony thanks thanks thanks thanks delays delays delays delays may may may may have have have have been been been been costly costly costly costly to to to to the the the the state state state state well well well maybe maybe maybe thirty thirty thirty six six six percent percent percent in in in the the the poll poll poll think think think the the the president's president's president's approach approach approach has has has been been been about about about right right right eight eight eight percent percent percent say say say he's he's he's been been been too too too tough tough tough Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Bryant Bryant Bryant is is is an an an independent independent independent and and and Washington Washington Washington DC DC DC I I I don't don't don't support support support war war war I I I don't don't don't think think think that that that we we we should should should be be be the the the world world world police police police you you you know know know engaging engaging engaging in in in other other other people's people's people's conflicts conflicts conflicts support support support for for for US US US involvement involvement involvement in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is waning waning waning thirty thirty thirty two two two percent percent percent of of of Americans Americans Americans say say say the the the US US US should should should have have have a a a major major major role role role at at at Donahue Donahue Donahue Washington Washington Washington
Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on the Identity of Mary Magdalene
"We're talking to eugenia Constantino. The book's crucifixion of the king of glory. I hope you will get a copy or several copies. Jeanne, you've done it's a masterwork and I'm just so thrilled that you wrote this. And I hope you're going to write many more books. But I was just talking about you say at some point in the book that in Mel Gibson's the passion, which, in many ways, I think, is a magnificent movie and a work of devotional art. It's not like, hey, you want to see if a movie get the popcorn. It's a work of devotional art. But the identity of the Mary talk about that. Well, it was Mary Magdalene, of course, is the most famous of Jesus's female disciples. And unfortunately, in Mel Gibson's movie, he portrays her as the woman accused of adultery that is very famous story that Jesus saves from being stoned to death, and then she becomes his follower. Well, Mary Magdalene was not even a prostitute. And of course, this is something that's probably going to be surprising to a lot of your listeners or viewers because this is sort of become western tradition that Mary Magdalene was a former prostitute. And the first person ever to say that was a Pope, unfortunately, Gregory the great Gregory, the first who lived around the year 600. 600. Yes, so this is the 14th century's long screw. Yes, yes. Totally. And he made this up and identified herself. Unfortunately, western Christians identify with her as a sinful, former prostitute, I would hate to have somebody say, you know, 600 years later that I was a
John Zmirak: What Can We Learn From 'The Godfather' Films?
"You've written a great piece at stream dot org about The Godfather movies, talk about that. Sure. Well, we just had the 50th anniversary of the first godfather film. And you know, it's kind of something mysterious about art. It's not predictable. The Godfather one and two are among the greatest films in American history. They're based on a pot boiler novel by Mario puto that you would read at the beach of no particular. Yeah, we've got to say this. The novel, it's not like it was a great work of art and they turned into a great movie. It was a middling work of art by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola, ingeniously transformed it into spectacular film. Two, godfather one and godfather two. They're two of the greatest films ever made. I would skip godfather three. We could talk about that later. Well, I'll tell you that he re shot. He re edited godfather three. It's now called godfather coda, the death of Michael Corleone. And it's actually a decent film. But the new godfather three was not a decent film. It was so pathetic that I was actually shocked. But let's forget that. It never happened. Godfather one and two, two, the greatest films ever made. And now that's interesting because, again, based on a mediocre work of fiction, but then some of the great novels like Moby dick turned out to be mediocre films. Nobody remembers the movie of Moby dick. I remember Gregory Peck. Greg, Gregory Peck as ahab on the whale and they say, look, even in death, he beckons anyway, never mind. But you're quite right, some of the greatest works of fiction don't make great movies, but not so with those great movies are based on middle works of fiction. Yeah, yeah, exactly.
Retired Marine Lt General Says Many Americans Have 'Warfare Dementia'
"Every now and then it's really refreshing to hear from a marine who is not in high heels. And I'm using that phrase metaphorically because we have here a retired marine three star general who in the face of all this kind of wokeness, this racial propaganda, this gender nonsense is climate, you know, climate change is the greatest threat facing the country and the military is now going to be prepared to deal with climate change. So here is lieutenant general Gregory newbold. And I think what he said to himself is I need to. I need to put down. I need to remind the civilian population of what the military is and what it does. And I think it's for me, it was kind of a sobering article to read. Gregory, by the way, retired Marine Corps lieutenant general, his commanded platoons divisions. He was directive operations for the joint chief of staff in The Pentagon. So this is basically a heavy hitter. And I want to read some of his statements because I think they kind of know them to be true, but you can see how alien woke culture is to what this guy is talking about. He goes many Americans, especially our most senior politicians and military leaders. He's including military leaders, seem to have developed a form of dementia when it comes to warfare. Think of how serious this is and how dangerous. He goes, the result is confusion or denial about the essential ingredients of a competent military force. And he says the danger, it's one thing if politicians go blah blah blah, but he goes to the condition is exacerbated and enabled when the most senior military leaders who want to know better. The far to the idealistic judgments of those whose credentials are either nonexistent, or formed entirely by ideology. Now, we get to the meat of his point. The U.S. Military has two main purposes, he says. To deter our enemies from engaging us in warfare, and if that fails to defeat them in combat, deterrence is only possible of the opposing force believes it will be defeated, respect is not good enough, fear and certainty are required. So that's the theory of deterrence in a nutshell. Now, the U.S. Military says general newbold can not be a mirror image of the society it serves. Values that are admirable in civilian society, sensitivity, individuality, compassion, tolerance for the less capable, are often antithetical to the traits that deter a potential enemy in wind wars that must be fought. General newborn goes on to say the values of the military cultivates conformity, discipline, duty.
California tribe confronts crisis of missing, murdered women
"A native American tribe has issued an emergency declaration because of five recent instances of indigenous women who are missing or were murdered in the northwest calling it a crisis the you rock drive along California's lost coast is working on a database of missing women the most recent involves family wrestling a mother of two who disappeared in October her mother says the case needed more attention early on there should have been a bigger search the tribal police chief Gregory works is there's a lot of jurisdictional issues and a lack of interest from outside police agencies are native people are not getting the attention that they
"gregory" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"This episode of based on a true story was produced by me, Dan Levy. I'd like to thank Gregory JW Irwin for sharing his expertise about the historical accuracy of 1940 ones, they died with their boots on. If you want to learn more about Custer, I would highly recommend Gregory's book called Custer victorious the Civil War battles of general George Armstrong Custer. And don't forget, you can hear more from Gregory in a couple previous episodes of based on a true story when he joined us to chat about the movie wake island, as well as the movie glory. Okay, now it's time for the answer to our two truths and a lie game from the beginning of the episode. And as a refresher, here are the two truths and one line. One. Custer's promotion to general during the Civil War came as a surprise. Two. Kosta was not a model student at West Point. Number three Custer commanded the 7th cavalry, during the Civil War. Did you find out which one is a lie? Let's start with number one. Custer's promotion to general during the Civil War came as a surprise. That's true. Gregory explained that the movie was correct to suggest that Custer's promotion to general came as a surprise to him and many others. But he also pointed out the movie was wrong to suggest that it was an accident. What's bounce around a bit to get to number three next, Custer commanded a 7th cavalry during the Civil War. That's the lie. As we learned, during the Civil War, there was the first through 6th cavalry, but it wasn't until after the war that the 7th through tenth cavalry was raised in Custer was given the command of the 7th. That means number two is also true. Custer was not a model student at West Point. Gregory told us that Custer basically believed there were two positions worth having in class, first place, or last place, and since he wasn't inclined to work hard enough to attain the top of the class, he tried to stay as close to the bottom of the class as he could without being kicked out. In fact, as Gregory pointed out, Custer admitted that he was not a role model during his career at West Point. Last but not least, it's time now to let you know how long it took to create this episode. If you're a longtime listener to the podcast, you'll know that I'd like to share this information just to help you appreciate all the podcasts that you listened to. After all, a huge majority of podcasts out there are like mine completely free to listen to. But that does not mean they're free to create. Quite the opposite, they can cost quite a bit of money and almost every podcast out there has higher costs than money they have high costs in time. The time it takes to learn the technical side to research the episodes to record them to edit them and so on. But I only have the stats for my own show, so with that in mind, today's episode took me 39 hours to create. To make it clear, that's only my time. Gregory has spent years researching and gathering his expertise. So obviously, it does not include any of that time. And to be a little more specific, even that time of mine doesn't even include all of my time because that 39 hours is only the time that it took for me to produce this one episode. It doesn't include all the time that I spend building and maintaining the based on a true story website. Finding new guests and scheduling and the logistics of all that the email newsletter social media and all those things that don't have anything to do with making today's episode, but are still things that are required to make the podcast overall. In a nutshell, this podcast may be free to listen to, but it's not free to create. And that's why I'm so thankful for the sponsors whose ads you've heard on this episode. You can find more about them over at based on a true story podcast dot com slash advertisers. But they're not the only ones helping to keep the show alive. There are wonderful people just like you who are helping to keep this show financially going. So if you find value in today's episode and if you're using a podcast two app, and really appreciate it if you boost now, otherwise, I hope you enjoyed today's episode enough to share it with a friend. And maybe even consider helping to support the next episode over at based on a true story podcast dot com slash support. Once again, that's based on a true story podcast dot com slash support. Until next time, thanks so much for listening, and I'll chat with you again, really soon..
IMF urges El Salvador to drop Bitcoin as legal tender
"Investors investors investors investors are are are are being being being being drawn drawn drawn drawn to to to to El El El El Salvador Salvador Salvador Salvador and and and and the the the the perks perks perks perks of of of of bit bit bit bit coin coin coin coin four four four four months months months months ago ago ago ago El El El El Salvador Salvador Salvador Salvador adopted adopted adopted adopted bit bit bit bit coin coin coin coin as as as as its its its its legal legal legal legal tender tender tender tender alongside alongside alongside alongside the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. dollar dollar dollar dollar the the the the perks perks perks perks include include include include no no no no property property property property tax tax tax tax and and and and no no no no capital capital capital capital gains gains gains gains tax tax tax tax when when when when Gregory Gregory Gregory Gregory from from from from San San San San Francisco Francisco Francisco Francisco is is is is one one one one of of of of the the the the first first first first investors investors investors investors to to to to use use use use bit bit bit bit coin coin coin coin to to to to buy buy buy buy a a a a sixteen sixteen sixteen sixteen acre acre acre acre property property property property at at at at a a a a beach beach beach beach outside outside outside outside San San San San Salvador Salvador Salvador Salvador we we we we went went went went to to to to the the the the attorney's attorney's attorney's attorney's office office office office to to to to to to to to finalize finalize finalize finalize the the the the transaction transaction transaction transaction the the the the sellers sellers sellers sellers were were were were there there there there I I I I was was was was there there there there the the the the attorneys attorneys attorneys attorneys and and and and the the the the documents documents documents documents were were were were signed signed signed signed once once once once the the the the sale sale sale sale was was was was completed completed completed completed we we we we all all all all watched watched watched watched it it it it go go go go into into into into the the the the wallet wallet wallet wallet and and and and we we we we all all all all you you you you know know know know hug hug hug hug Clapton Clapton Clapton Clapton went went went went out out out out had had had had a a a a couple couple couple couple bottles bottles bottles bottles of of of of wine wine wine wine but but but but there there there there are are are are warnings warnings warnings warnings the the the the International International International International Monetary Monetary Monetary Monetary Fund Fund Fund Fund says says says says it it it it wants wants wants wants el el el el Salvador Salvador Salvador Salvador to to to to drop drop drop drop crypto crypto crypto crypto currency currency currency currency as as as as legal legal legal legal tender tender tender tender is is is is set set set set up up up up on on on on open open open open a a a a condom condom condom condom is is is is Louis Louis Louis Louis membrane membrane membrane membrane says says says says bitcoin bitcoin bitcoin bitcoin is is is is an an an an asset asset asset asset like like like like a a a a stock stock stock stock or or or or a a a a bond bond bond bond that that that that has has has has risks risks risks risks but but but but it it it it cannot cannot cannot cannot be be be be used used used used for for for for daily daily daily daily operations operations operations operations because because because because the the the the volatility volatility volatility volatility is is is is too too too too high high high high I'm I'm I'm I'm a a a a Donahue Donahue Donahue Donahue
Washington Post: Va. Gov. Youngkin’s Assertive First Week in Office Leaves Republicans Jubilant, Democrats Fuming
"The new governor of Virginia ladies and gentlemen there was a piece of few days ago in the Washington compost by Gregory Schneider and Lara Vauxhall If that is her name the big unknown about governor Glenn youngkin as he ran for office last year apart from the exact size of his vast fortune Now keep in mind The Washington Post never supported this guy but look at the cheap shots apart from his vast fortune They don't care about how Hunter Biden made money as laptop how the bidens are ripped us off 31 million No no no no But Gregory and Lara which just how red the political newcomer really was behind that easygoing demeanor One week into his term mystery solved Young and stormed into Richmond just listened to the language He stormed in a Richmond with an assertion of executive power that is thrilled that GOP base But caught even some allies off guard and he's made clear that he views his two point margin of victory as a mandate for conservative change And Biden his mandate is what The 50 50 Senate three or four member lead in the I mean just listen to how these a holes talking right Republican lawmakers say they're energized by the fast start November's election was a call for change in the Commonwealth and like a lot of voters across Virginia I'm excited to see that our governor has hit the ground running on day one House majority leader Terry kilgore Republican of Scott Virginia said But already the new governor has drawn a lawsuit from parents and Chesapeake Gee over his executive order declaring an end to mass mandates and public schools that challenge led to him Friday issue and other statement which seemed to add to confusion about what will happen when his order takes effect Monday saying parents should listen to their principal and trust the legal process
"gregory" Discussed on Gregory
"I'm driving now. There we go. Oh, okay, great. Let's do a little bit of a practice activity. Okay. So we're going to break up into breakout groups. And what I'd like you to do is I'd like you to share your research question with the members of your group. Then the members of your group are going to discuss what kind of give you three or four possible literature review themes relevant to your study. So let me give you a little example of how this might work. If I say, for example, that I am conducting a research study on how foreign foreigners who teach leadership interact with students in their classrooms. Some of the some of the themes that might come up. And if you want to put some in the chat right now just to show that you're picking up what I'm putting down, I invite you to do that. But if I'm doing a literature, if I'm doing a research project on foreigners who teach leadership and how they engage with their students in the classroom, well, a couple things I'm going to do, I can say, well, some of the things I might think I might identify or foreigners who teach leadership that might be a theme. Leadership education, that might be a theme, I might go to classroom, pedagogy, that might be a theme. Student interactions, that might be a theme. It's culture. That might be a theme because it might be a consideration for me to look at the ways that how a person's cultural identity influences the way that they teach or engage with students. So I kind of gave you 5 language. Who's that Russ? Yes. Perfect, Russ. Language barriers and obstacles. That's perfect because sometimes there's different cultures carry different languages and I can tell you as a foreigner who taught leadership in a small city in China..
"gregory" Discussed on Gregory
"The ones everyone's heard about and a few pieces of advice that other hosts have to offer. So if you're using the literature review and it's verb tense, you might still be wondering, how do we do it? Where should we start? And similar to conducting your research project as a whole, the literature review kind of follows that pattern. First, you want to determine your major themes, right? Your side dishes, your courses. What are the ideas of the literature that are relevant to your study? And this would be based on possible considerations to your research questions. We're going to do a little bit of an activity for that in a few minutes. But you want to look at your research questions. That's how you decide you're starting point for your literature review. Then you want to gather relevant publications and read them and read them. There's a little thing that I like to call academic dishonesty. If you put down citations for articles or you attempt to refer to sources in your reference page or citations that you didn't really use, it's a different kind of academic dishonesty than copy paste, but it's just as serious and it's just as critical that you avoid it. Read them and make sure that if you're going to include it in the literature, you're including it accurately and you're including it appropriately. And make a note of the citation information when you gather your literature. I recommend using a research source spreadsheet or database. I use mendeley. If you've not used mendeley in the past, it's a great way to sort your to sort your literature sources and then also use the extension from mendeley into Microsoft Word so that you can just with one click insert your citations and create your reference list as well. And no, does this. And I also learned recently that there's that you don't necessarily need the extension for mendeley, although that's my favorite. Microsoft Word has this functionality independently from any external software..
"gregory" Discussed on Gregory
"Lose focus of your literature review, when you find yourself in this trap, just pause for a second and then come back to the purpose of your literature review. What are the purposes really? Because a literature review has many purposes. And you're going So what is the purpose of a literature review? There are so many purposes of a literature review. First, you get to integrate what others have done and say, integrate key word. It's an integrate. We'll talk a little bit about what that means in a little bit. You get to criticize previous scholarly works. Now this isn't criticized like you write like you're a movie critic and you talk about how marvel movies are worse than D.C. comic movies because of X, Y, and Z, you're not providing your commentary or your opinion. You're giving a criticism, which means you're highlighting the structure, the format and the methods of the scholarly works. You're building bridges. When we talk about integrating, that's what we mean. We build bridges. We make connections between related topics. We show how they can compare to each other, how they contrast each other, how they contradict each other, where there's disconnects in between. And we can also identify central issues. All right, so there are so many purposes. It helps you identify new lines of research, you can consider different recommendations that other people have made in studies that come before yours and it can help you establish your plan for your methods and your design. And too many times, I gotta tell you one of my pet peeves is when people determine a method for their study or their dissertation based on convenience or based on comfort. They say things like, it's what I know, or it's what I know best. Or they say, it's what I've done in the past with other projects that might even be completely unrelated to your dissertation. But it's the literature review where you will derive your rationale for your methods and your design. Now I know that your dissertation chair or your professors might be guilty of having a preferred methodology. I love mixed methods. I own it and I love the case study method. That's my thing. But that doesn't mean it's gonna work for every student with whom I work. It doesn't mean that it's gonna fit for every study. I'm a qualitative guy that doesn't mean every study every research problem every research question is best answered using qualitative methods. How do you know? The answer is right in front of you. The answer is in the literature review. So the literature review will help you to do all of these things. And a good rule of thumb a good thing to remember is that the literature review is going to help you to distinguish distinguish what has been done before from what still needs to be done. Let me say that again because it's really important. A literature review will help you distinguish what has been done before from what still needs to be done. And it will help identify important variables,.
"gregory" Discussed on Gregory
"Just received word that we're going to have to wait for lunch just a little bit longer. Because we still have some students coming back from the breakout group. So as you start to decide which flavor of jelly is your favorite, there's a hint. The answer is always raspberry and never grape. Okay. Doctor Portugal, would you like to request control of the presentation? Oh, I always want to request control. Thank you. Especially like requesting control and control has been granted. But that's another presentation. Okay, I'm going to get started, yeah? Is it okay with everybody if I get started? Any objections? Okay. Now listen, if you're anything like the many students with whom I've worked with over the years or the researchers with whom I've partnered, I know that some of you are saying, why do we even need to do a literature review? I thought we were doing research that is new and fresh and carrying us forward. So why do we need to slow down progress and move backward? Some of you might be asking, what is a literature review anyway? I don't even know what that means. And how do I do one? Do I just read anything? Everything? How do I know whether to read? And how do I know when to stop? There are so many journals in so many articles out there. How do I know when I can be done? Now, some people might say the literature review was a work of art. And like any piece of art, it's never really done. But the literature review is a different kind of stand-alone type of art. And these are all valid and normal questions. And I hope that we can get to some good answers in the next few minutes that we have together this morning. But the first thing you should know is that the literature review is not easy. And it's not quick. It can't be rushed. It's like, it's like making rice. It sounds easy, but sometimes it isn't. And like making rice, you can't rush it, because if you rush it, you end up with some pile of some sticky mess that tastes like cardboard. It's terrible. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I hope I didn't ruin anyone's excitement for a hot bowl of rice for lunch. I'll try to keep the food references to a minimum. But my point is, doing a literature review and doing a literature review the right way takes practice. So be patient with yourself and understand that it can be challenging, but you'll get the hang of it. And it helps if you write a few or if you even read a few good literature.
Arbery death trial dominated by race before it even begins
"Opening statements are slated today in the trial of three Georgia man accused of chasing and killing twenty five year old Ahmad armory last year all three defendants Gregory and Travis met Michael and neighbor William Ronnie Bryan who are white have pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges in the February twenty twenty death of Ahmad armory who was black armory was jogging when he was chased by the father and son with Roddy Brian videotaping the incident which ended with armory fatally shot attorney Ben Crump is calling it outrageous that the jury consists of eleven white people and just one juror who is black even the judge Timothy Walmsley agreed with prosecutors the exclusion of so many other black potential jurors appeared to be intentional discrimination but he says Georgia law limited his ability to intervene I'm Jackie Quinn
Delta Air Lines launches facial recognition checks
"Delta airlines is piloting a quicker way to board planes with digital facial recognition the pilot program starts in Atlanta delta's Byron Merritt says you will need a TSA precheck membership and the fly delta app you move through the process of the check yeah through our the TSA experience and all of those have been enabled through through facial recognition ID checks are as simple as looking into a camera and it's really that quick Gregory forms of delta says just like the human brain facial recognition will pick up changes in facial features at some point there's a break a confidence level it says okay even though they've grown a beard even though they've run their hair out that's still my friend that I know if all goes as planned customers will be able to travel from curb to gate completely hands and device free I'm a Donahue
Michigan Lottery Winner Drowns With Ticket Still in His Wallet
"Story out of michigan gregory jarvis fifty seven years old. He won forty five thousand dollars in the lottery. That's a life changer. Too great story. He hit the jackpot at the blue water in he played the club. Keno add on game. The jack the owner don sqi told wjr t. flint. Very nice guy. He was here every day. He was super excited. Forty five grand but he wasn't able to immediately cash in is winning ticket because he didn't have the proper documentation he didn't have a social security card so he had to apply for a new one and he was waiting while waiting. He went out into the lake. He slipped and fell and hit his head and drowned with the lottery. Tickets still in his pocket a body. They found the body along the at a private beach. The small here on county city. A body washed ashore. It was him. The police chief said he died after drowning after striking his head. His boss said he was planning to take the money and go see his sister and his dad. In north carolina the winning ticket was retrieved from his body and handed over to his relatives now. So sad story to be sure. It's a sad story but it's a lifelong live your life enjoy your life. There are things more important than the arguments were having in the political battles were having. They are plenty but when you get frustrated when you get annoyed when you get anxious and depressed think about the tale of fifty seven year old. Greg
"gregory" Discussed on Helping B2B High Ticket Service Providers Grow - One Lesson at a Time
"High ticket. Service providers grow while lesson at the time so far. This was all prerecorded. So i had enough time to make a lot of mistakes because i knew that my marketing team will create pre cut. It put some interrupted. Some ultra and everything. Well guess what this time is life. So i have to figure out it will go at least mood. This is our fister episode three doing on the one lesson at the time the main goal is actually we look very hard to find the best expert in the world and we're bringing them on this interviews in order to share the golden nuggets and we. We looked really hard particularly cartoon this case because a half joel gregory with me from writting press from uk. And he's actually going to talk about. How important is to publish a book. Joe welcome thanks. This is great. Yeah a short disclaimer. It's also joe's fault for the launching of today's book. That i actually. We published it on our goal. Because when i recall before we started interview have to share this story. Jobs that when when we started with the book project i was i went to join. I was like you know what this book is going to be called six steps that that framework for to believe generation and he was like. Nobody's going to buy that book man for like why it's zet. Six step frameworks for between generation. Have all the keywords. And she was like i did exactly the same thing with my first book. What was the name of the first book. Joe my cool. The guerrillas want bananas back. It was a bad marketing exactly so he saved the book. So when you're gonna see the book if you like it. It's my fault if you don't like it. It's his fault of the real. But to give some proper introduction joe of if you could give some big roundabout who you are what you do before we get into the into the subject matter so my background is marketed I started nineteen ninety seven and it was working with coaches consultants. Experts business in two thousand. Three i right and south published a book and i got it all wrong. I'll be honest. i got it all wrong. The title wrong. I eat so many things wrong. I i will twelve thousand copies and then proceeded to try and sell them and give away books. I've what i learned in that process is when when i when i published a book how to book miami. Speak anyway for free mike. My co-director would speak anyway for free. In order to promote what we did people were willing to pay us..
Cowboys Defensive End DeMarcus Lawrence Will Miss 6-8 Weeks With Broken Foot
"Going on with the cowboys. Upfront what can you tell me about. Tank lawrence randy gregory. Big game for the cowboys here in los angeles against the chargers. What do you know about that. Yeah so i. I think like the you know demarcus lawrence obviously. That's a really unfortunate break for them. And he's had injuries in the past. And i i don't know if i'd relates that because there's a foot thing and it's sort of a free thing but he's going to be gone for two months and that like to me. I just sort of looking at how patchwork they've been and they'll get gregory back but like like you know with randy gregory and then over the years taking swings on different guys like alden smith and and and and You know and and if you want to go further back hardy And how they've just sort of continuous roll the dice try and get those positions right And lawrence was the one that they really hit on and now he's out for two months and you know. I think the cowboys defensively did a lot of things well in the opener but the fact is such a big part of the way that defense worked and i worked and i think dan coins a fantastic defensive coordinator but a big part of how the defense works seattle type of defense works is. Can you get heat on the pass or can you come from multiple angles quarterback and lawrence is one of those guys when he's at his best. He changes the math for everybody else. He's gonna change the matchups. He's going to get more guys singled up or guys are going to be favourable spa favorable spot because of him. So now you take them out of the equation and i think it's a big big loss for the cowboys.
"gregory" Discussed on Short Stories for Kids: The Magic Factory of Storytelling
"Bush. How no it isn't a monster. It's douse crab. Gregory blinked twice as. He couldn't believe what he just saw. The creature was as big as a car and had sharp claws. It was yellow in color and have black stripes all over its body. It was time for alexandria to use her special power. The power of understanding the animals alexandria looked straight into. Its is as she could read it size. She was able to figure out what was going on gregory. This crab is looking for shelter. There's a massive oil spill from a ship in the deep ocean and the oil has covered the ocean surface and the sea creatures. Can't breathe anymore. Also the oil has destroyed its coral house so now it's looking for a safe place to live said alexandria. They felt so sorry for the ocean creatures. Well let's call the animal rescue society and ask for help suggested gregory then. The animal rescue team arrived and cleaned up the oil spill gregory and alexandria join them to after that long mission the crap went safely back to the deep ocean we did shouted gregory jumping up and down. It was a busy morning but they have to prepare for the evening task. Beep beep. it was a call from the h- h q great work team grizz andrea. Thank you both for today. You can now go home and get some rest. Gregory in alexandria was so happy about all those compliments when they were heading home. They met a little girl. She was called emma. One of their neighbors at amazon is were full of tears. Emma what happened. Why do you look so sad. Asked alexandria mike catt. I can't find him anywhere. I think he's lost cried emma. Their hearts warmed up with tears. Don't worry emma will do. Something said alexandra. While hugging emma alexandria. Let's go find the little cat. Gregory and alexandria always ready for new adventures. Where to start. The city is so big gassed gregory on their way. Alexandra asked the birds about the little. Kitty i they met a pigeon and alexandria read his is well. The pigeon says he hasn't seen the cat said alexandria then they met a hummingbird. It says that something suspicious has happened. It say's that some strange creatures took a cat to the forest said alexandra. After reading the hummingbirds is both superheroes ran to the forest with lightning speed. Gregory's hearing power could detect some strange noises coming from far away. They follow good noise. And what they saw was shocking. Some creepy creatures were doing some science experiments with the little kitten. They're aliens who explore the earth to know about us. We should do something whispered gregory. Let's talk to them said alexandra and stood directly in front of them. What you're doing is wrong. This kitty has an owner. Leave him alone yelled alexandra with a loud voice. Though the creatures couldn't talk the human language they could exchange signals with alexandria. Well they have taken the cat only to study his sense of smell. They never meant to hurt in alexandria read their signals. Then they rescued the cat and ran back to ama- always back screen dema. Her eyes sparkled with joy. She looked so happy and amaze and at the same time was so thankful to her. Superheroes gregory turned to his sister alexandria. You now it's great the we have superpowers. But do you know the greatest superpower in the whole universe asked asked gregory on their way home with a big smile alexandria reply. Yes i do among all the superpowers. The greatest ones are super love super kindness and super carrying then they returned home happily and got ready for more adventures. The following day the and.
"gregory" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"Even if even if gregory had touched this man he did not deserve to be in a position where he's now having to like learn how to walk. That is not acceptable and that should not be acceptable to anybody. And if you're sitting there trying to figure out how to justify you are wrong are completely wrong and literally going against human rights. And i think like or all of this my instrument was solely for like outfits and positive. And it's always been and always obese but with this part of my life being something. That is sad and huge. It makes me even more focused on advocating for people who don't have a platform. I mean i couldn't imagine what it would be like reach out to anyone with zero platform I mean that would be a really daunting tasks and thankfully my sister. She is the president of the black lives. Matter chapter here in my home town with a very small town And because of that and her working for the state she has connections on a state level between the both of our network of local connections. And i have a an action bowl on the internet. It just is kind of both of those things that were needed to share which is nice but also like literally. This happens to everyday folks who have no pot an actions and even if you don't have connection even if you don't have a platform you still deserve to have the fucking how to deal with something like this because it's unacceptable. It is not protocol and it is just straight up murder. Yeah exactly. And that's why. I just think i going back to just like being thankful like it..
"gregory" Discussed on Let's Talk About It with Taylor Nolan
"Can we open it all up. Can we listen to another human share their experience and it be valid and not challenge it and allow whips to exist. Can we hold space for that. I think that is so important that we do that when someone is being vulnerable and especially when this is an experience that maybe you cannot relate to that you trust and you listen to what this other person has to say right because if it's not an experience that you've ever had maybe have questions to help better understand right. You might disagree with some things. But you've got to challenge their their experience especially one is not an experienced that you've ever had so let's have an open mind and open heart and open ears today so today. We're going to be getting into some racial justice. We're going to be getting into some police brutality. We're going to get into some interracial relationships and a bunch of mental health as well and again one of the reasons that i so thoroughly enjoy having this podcast is that i connect with people online. Who i feel like my internet friends. You know and feel like. I know them because i follow their lives right and then i invite them on this podcast and actually have a deeper conversation and also share their voice ray and kind of use my platform in a really fun. Hopefully helpful way so. I'm really really excited today to have shaughnessy schroeder on the podcast. And if you don't follow her. I hope that you do go. Follow her and check out her page Before i share her interview. I do want to share and read some of her posts to give a little bit of background story. Because i'm not going to have her have to divulge all of this information again and again action items. I'm going to go over a few before. We get to the interview and also go to her page. They are all on her page. So here's the first post more intrigued. Go on march. Fifth two thousand twenty. One gregory small junior attempted to take hold up. Let me rewind. I've given a trigger warning on police brutality on race and there's another one so also a trigger warning that suicide will be brought up in today's episode a little bit And definitely check in with yourself. If you don't have the capacity for this if this feels like it will be to green for you. Then i really really really want you to take care of yourself. How ever you need to okay. Mental health and mental nece are so important to have awareness around important to understand the complexities of the human experience and what we are all navigating through And so if you need to take a minute. Hope you take a minute. I'm going to continue with reading this. I post and it is close. Police brutality racial trauma Suicide just know that what you're about to hear is not going to be easy to here. Okay so on. March fifth two thousand twenty. One gregory small junior attempted to take his own life during a manic episode. His mother called nine one one to help deescalate the event and save his life when police arrived gregory was cutting himself with a knife. Gregory was shot four times while he was running from the rear of his home to the front which placed him into a critical medical condition. Gregory is being charged with a felony assaults singham. I might not be pronounce that correctly. Cinnamon county state's attorney. Dan right said in a news. Release that chatham illinois. Police officer adam. Han was justified in using deadly force and will not face charges. No surprise there. Gregory was raised in the village of chatham illinois. He is an active member of cherry hill. Church where he has attended with his family since childhood he has a self taught kotor and an eagle scout. All members of our community deserved to feel safe valued and respected. We need officers. That are capable of responding to mental health crises. We must be out an advocate with members of our community. The family has been released to share information so the family was taken into custody. The mom was so that was march and things have changed since then. I'm going to read another post. And then i want to give you some action items so about a month later. So this in june shaughnessy posted. It has been over three months since gregory was shot four times by a police officer on march. Two thousand twenty one during a manic episode where he attempted to take his own life. Gregory was charged with a felony assault while in critical condition even though he did not touch the police officer twenty four hours after his family spoke out on social media on may eleventh. An an offer was made by state's attorney. Dan right to lower the charges to a misdemeanor. The offer was denied and the request continues to be made that all charges against gregory small junior are dropped. Thousands of e mails have been sent to state's attorney dan. Rae and she fully on behalf of the public. Over twenty thousand signatures were enclosed are enclosed on the petition and have all charges against gregory malls. Dropped all charges She lists some of the emails here So that you can see those State's attorney. Dan rights stated that officer. Han was justified in using deadly force and atom. Han will not face charges. Gregory was diagnosed prior to this episode and he deserved.
"gregory" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Gregory King If I knew about 10 Million doses of Covid 19 vaccines have been given out in L. A county 55% of people in the county are fully vaccinated. Health officials say. 86% of people 65 older have gotten at least one shot in 74% are fully vaccinated. More young people are showing up for shots in May, 35% of 16 to 17 year olds had gotten a shot. A month later, that number went up to 47% more states have decided to end the pandemic. Either this month or next month. The governor say the extra money is keeping people from going back to work. The federal benefits are set to expire in September. Lawyer claims a conspiracy indictment again. Six guys from Southern California in connection with the capital insurrection is politically motivated. The federal charges against former La Habra police chief Alan Hostetter and five others includes obstructing an official proceeding an unlawful entry to a restricted building. What's clear in the indictment is he did not enter the capital. He's not alleged to have used any weapons, and he didn't commit any acts of violence. Lawyer Bill of Sally represents Hostetter, who's been accused of saying execution is the just punishment for the ringleaders of the coup. Certainly he has a first. Right to express his viewpoints on on the election on whether it was stolen and whether he believes that was a former trees and that's his political viewpoint. The feds accused the group of conspiring to block the victory of President Joe Biden in Orange County. Corbyn. Carson KF Finance, a Chicago police officer, has been charged in connection with the fatal riot at the US Capitol. The fact that Chicago police officer Has been charge in that attack on American democracy. Makes my blood boil. Chicago Police chief David Brown says the cop has had his police powers taken away. The officer was on medical leave from the Chicago PD at the time of the riot in January, he Texas someone two days before saying he was busy planning how to F up, Khamis. He also said he's going to D. C as he put it to save the nation. We have a crash.
"gregory" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Is the work that we do anyway. Right? This is that whole kit and caboodle. This is the process. On. So just introducing it and bring it out on the airwaves is a ton of fun on as always, though, if you if you want to learn more about this, if you want to really start to see how you could implemented into your process is, you know a great place to just come out to one of one of our introductory workshops. Easiest way to do that is just shoot us a text message Text the word class that C L A s s to the number 2 10 to 10. That's C L. A S s just text that word to the number 210210 here. We are kicking off the show and I already spoiler. Gregory's with us today. I already said Greg Gaffney said your name and I only said Gregory. I didn't say Gregory thrown us this time, and I didn't even do like some crazy. You know, you're better than sliced bread type of an introduction because I bet All of our listeners already know that. But Gregory, how are you today? I'm doing really well, How are you, Mr Ryan Cook? I feel like I'm getting sent to the principal's office. Every time you said we'll name same way least pronounce my name, right? I'm growing my entire life with people mispronounce my name. Always fun in class. You know they go. You get to me in that Gregory Gregory, and then they just they just give up and very t d. Yes, and I lived in Massachusetts for awhile, and I used to always just talk to me Talk to my neighbors and stuff. And I always say, Man, you have such a cool name. You have a cool name to my name is about as vanilla as they come. Right, it's Ryan could. That's true. I wish you would have had actually, my great great great grandpa was adopted. I was actually supposed to be a brown would be Gregory Brown to be the Greg around and Ryan Cook event that would have started simplified your whole childhood. His name was Brown. But I had some friends in the when I was out New England specifically and their last name was LaPaglia and I was like, See, Look, Paglia, you have a cool, cool name. That is a good name, but he's ever been scared of somebody with the last name Cook. But if your last name's LaPaglia people take your pretty seriously Uh, now, But here we are. Just another great week. Some great fun market activity. And in this show, you know, like we mentioned a little bit ago. We do the whole kit and caboodle in here. We like to break down the overall markets, and that is the trading and investing process. The what I like to call the stock selection process. You get introduced to that you get a little more depth on when you come out to one of the free one of the free introductory workshops. We would like to put it on display for you hear it all starts with the S and P 500 breaking down. The overall position of the market, specifically meaning wholesale and retail. You would like to buy in wholesale and we like to sell in retail and then going in through Ah, process of sector rotation. Modeling where we really start to ID identify well, what areas of Of the market are in wholesale and retail areas and have potentially the highest probability of moving in a specific direction. Those directions this is going to shock you, but that's up or down right inside of our financial markets and then and then from those sectors which do we identify as the some great trading ideas? Some good Opportunities that were able to dig out of there. So the overall goal is is bullish opportunities and strong sectors and a wholesale market and barrish opportunities in week sectors in a retail market. And the whole key with this is you've gotta wait. You proactively identify this stuff, and then you wait for prices to come. You're gonna hear a lot of that and what we're talking about through all of these all of these sessions here, but everything starts with the S and P 500. Everything starts with my main man, Gregory Jonas Gregory. You're not being called into the principal's office, but we would love to hear your opinion on where the markets are right now. You know, it's interesting keeps saying the same thing over and over. It's almost like the same red. Repeat, repeat, repeat, because the markets of him throw highs and then they really kind of just been stagnant for awhile, you know, especially not so much the S and P 500 the cues and certainly the Russell 2000, which is a smaller companies that really just been kind of a sideways consolidation. They call it We're just kind of hits, tops and bottoms, tops, Bottoms and, ah, lot of people see this, You know, especially if you're buying hold type of a person or buying hope as we like to call it a little smoke Opium. Yeah, If you're a mutual funds the last month or two or three, you know there's a pretty good chance that you've made no money from the value of your mutual funds or stock's going up in value because it's a kind of the sideways channel. If you you want to call that Now was really interesting. One of things, we talk about it, and we have these workshops all the time out here at online training academy is that we talked about the idea. There's opportunity inside of those sideways moves, and not many people realize that because you can play the top of that move and you play the bottom that move looking for those wholesale retail prices as you describe them. Yeah, and on. It's also just just kind of important to I think I think Bring up along with that is it is that wholesale and retail areas that we're looking for? And even though areas of the market can be doing well, some can also be doing poorly and that's one of the reasons why you can come in and you could start to really break down. Even you know your your comment about the funds that are out there, You know, there are some specific areas of the market that are doing well and some very specific areas of the market. That are even resulting in some of the highs that we've seen even over the last few years. And in those cases where it's not an overall market activity, those air the cases where diversification actually hurts you. Right if you're diversified you so I'm diversified and I forget which famous investor whose last name rhymes with buffet, you know, classified development. Diversification is the first sign of ignorance, but it really does end up being something that really, really can hold you back from even being at the market average, and we hadn't even started to talk about the fee structure that's inside Something's mutual funds. But you know, and one of the opinions I've always had on him, and if you look at the design of them, they're not even designed to outperform..
"gregory" Discussed on Crimeatorium
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"gregory" Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Welcome to the catch, my killer podcast they listening. If you would like to help support my podcast with the donation for production costs. please. Click on my pay pal donation line. For this week's episode, I spoke to Penny Morales who is the wife of a murdered young soldier named Gregory Roy del Morales. Ralph's was last seen on August nineteenth, two, thousand nineteen and his remains were recovered in a shallow grave outside Fort Hood on June nineteenth twenty twenty. The army didn't try to locate morale is because they had declared him a deserter a month after he had vanished. His wife told me that there is no way that Gregory would have just walked away from her her two daughters or his life. He was preparing for life after the military. Kimberly would del Greg's mother told the. Washington. Post that the military failed him because they didn't look for him immediately after he vanished. She. Was told that no one tried to find him because he was labeled as a deserter. Any told me that she was angry that her husband was unjustly labelled a deserter. She said that he had failed the show up for work in the past he wasn't irresponsible when it came to his duties and he had no reason to desert. He was within weeks of leaving the Army you're getting honorably discharged. Gregory served than Koi and South Korea during his enlistment. According to his mother, the last conversation she had with her son was one. He had asked her for gas money. She, never heard from him again. To, make matters even worse for the Family Gregory's family learned that he wouldn't receive a military funeral because of his status as a deserter. The army eventually changed their stance and no longer consider him a deserter. Any told me that she was in the process of preparing to bury her husband. The family plans to transport remains to the Fort Gibson National Cemetery in Oklahoma Gregory's younger brother Nick made a reasonable statement. They didn't do any real searching until they gotta lead. If, an M16 goes missing they shut down entire unit the find him why don't they do that for people is concerned beg for an answer that he won't ever received. Gregory Morales Serve Valley my he did not desert he was murdered. Now on with the story of Gregory, Morales is told by his wife Painting Heroes. So when did you meet? We met online. Back in. Two Thousand Seventeen My we finally met in person he was taller than I expected. Yeah. I don't know he just. He just fit in with my family like just so well, it was like you've been with us. Heimlich. and. We kind of jumped into getting there My is that like he was just he was just like perfect. When we were still making wedding plans. He was asking about adopting my children. Oh. Yeah. He. My youngest daughter was a eight months old at the time that we got married. If you were asking anybody out his baby, loved her he inverse oldest daughter to. And they hadn't really been around your father's and so was pretty much my father new. England great. And Invest word to. Mark two, thousand, nineteen We start having marital issue. And I I decided to move out of the house. that. Which? Understand, they listening moving out he. He's in Auburn to favor u-haul for me. I moved out to pimple and. While I was staying out there. So we're hiring commission. Started running more I told him that I. The worst. Minded up now, actually filing wars because My car is broken down the time and actually I with calling this argument I after for. Help with fixing my car and his telling you that he didn't have the money at the time and angry I. Thought he was just Trying to. Provision bodies being big. Being. But I told him that I wear divorce ankle me that if I wanted is worse I would have to come down to Fort Hood and file myself. which my car was down, he knew I couldn't do that. So I wind up Moving back into the house. And Oh I, guess. I told him just 'cause again or back together. I'm still angry with him. But I honestly don't think he was mainly any tensions has. been playing with the Girl WanNa? Stairs. Helps me move. You think that's into the House and. then. He went missing. The last time I saw him when he was helping me move things into the how. Last time I spoke to him on Facebook Ham. We we're talking about the girls. When initially moved out? My oldest was still staying with him because she was still in school. Right. Youngest I mean she was only two. So she was in school yet. So I put the baby with me and then. My oldest stayed with him during the week and then on the weekends I, always come out and pick her up and she stopped me on the weekends and bring her back so she can do school. And choose having some issues. So I had her put into counseling that she gets how somebody to talk to. Unfortunately. And she started. Making up some stories. Counselor and I. I mean took woman I I heard stories from my baby and I believe my baby. So when she saying things like she was being left alone at home war. He started having a drinking problem or like I believer she was saying. But then when I went to meet with her and the counselor she. Mentioned it. How old was she in time? She was ten at the time. Okay. That's that's old enough for them to know what's going on around. Yeah like you said, she wasn't responding well to it. I mean he was the only dad shit known and now I just moved out of the House and. I understand it was a hard time for her, but that's not the way that she should respond. How was she handled him being gone now? She's She's been seeing therapist. She's still blames me for a lot of things. Honestly. Heard of me blames me as well. I feel as though if I had never moved out of the house, maybe none of this would've ever happened. But. I can't go back and change the past. All I.
"gregory" Discussed on Space Nuts | Astronomy, Space and Science News
"Hundred kilometers a so they also have an they sort of radio faultlines in lose well so there there are faults occurring to and is by looking at those structures that you can get. As to how long ago the activity ceased and Thank you, Gregory, the the one of the work, basically one of the authors of this work somebody called an girl. Has said a work shows that some of the interior. Is still able to reach the surface. Even today Venus is clearly not so geologically dead or domes as previously old. Sorry about that? Having.
"gregory" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Hello Hello Hello Everybody Steph in here at five forty seven. Am coming at you with a killer. Entra what sounded like I had a sutter more than I was trying to be cool. Dj Anyway. I wanted to talk a little bit about our special gas. Jonathan Gregory you guys are in for a real treat. He is also known as the creepy comic and boy. Oh boy does he live up to that name? I remember the first time that I got to see him. I was laughing uncontrollably. I was also terrified because he does such great crowd work. You do not want to look him in the eyes because if you do you might call you out. And it is so funny. It's also terrifying but the emotions. Go Him handwrite. So he doesn't have any lied. Show's coming up right now. But sure your suppor- foam on instagram. Go check out his website. Creepy COMEDY DOT Com. It's all in the show notes so go on over there and he does do some online show. Sometimes you might be able to catch him a before he catches you anyway. You're in for great show. We've also got some great guests coming up. I just wanted to make some other call outs. We ARE REVAMPING OUR PATRIOTS. So on over there we've got some bonus episodes. Were putting out some episodes early. We're going to have some really cool stuff out there patrons that are joined up south. Thank you so much for. Everybody in that supporting. We've also got t shirts. We've got some t shirts you can buy on a comedy advice. Podcast DOT COM. They're I rub you from episode thirty five. You heard that for all of you. All of you. Old Timers you staunch followers. So yeah you can support us on. Patriot you can support us by buying are merged but you also support as a number of other ways which a lot of you are listening. We love that you were listening following us on instagram. We've been doing some takeovers on on instagram. Where Comedians or guests. They ended up taking over the account before their episode launches. We just had Jonathan Gregory. We had Danielle and and nick before that. And then we're going to have another special gas. You'll see who if you follow us on Instagram. At a comedy advice podcast. So that's been really fun and then You guys being able to just subscribe Tele Friendly Review. We really appreciate that. So keep doing what. You're doing all right. Let's cut to the chase. Here's a fresh new episode. Advise podcast advice podcast and friends. Dad rated statements nominally taking podcast. Hello everybody and welcome to comedy advice. Podcast this is where we give self help to the helpless. My name is Stephan and this is i. Don't know forty six days in.
"gregory" Discussed on KTRH
"If you can score some passes there hi Gregory I love the the conversation on shorting it's it's probably one of the first ways where I was introduced to there is a way to make money when the market goes down the hill I think my jaw hit the floor you know I like looks like a one of those cartoon characters also it just hits the floor when I was first introduced to excite no idea yeah that existed but shorting I'm gonna take you up on the ninety second challenge and I know a lot of our listeners out there are like what is shorting they want to come out of the class to learn about it but given the sneak peek given that ninety second preview all right so remember you know you think a stock if you think a stock's gonna go up you would what you'd you'd buy it right but it's a good about it so if you think of stocks and go down you would not want to buy it you'd want to do something different which is called shorting now I'm gonna do my best to teach Justin ninety seconds but please realize I I can't do the whole thing but I understand it's the idea the concept that you can at least appreciate it yeah my wife has this fancy car if you push a button on it it actually parks itself it'll parallel Parker perpendicular park I have no idea how does it actually has a cameras and sensors all round yeah it just does it so I mean do ninety seconds shorting you might not quite catch there's that's becoming the classes about slowing it down when you see if I can reset the appreciate if you guys are really good timer Arizona ready to clear my throat three two one all right is think about you think a stock's gonna go down so you go to a broker that you have a car when you say hi broker I would like to borrow a share of X. Y. Z. stock from you from another one of your clients accounts and is a not a problem to grab a share of X. Y. Z. stock and hand it to you but as they handed to you they make you sign in I owe you you owe them a share of stock not just that stock but any sort of X. Y. Z. stock right and so now you how that's stocking the goal which can go down we want a whole it's you wanted but once you want to sell its you sold for cash it by going Gregory you can't sell something unknown yes you can we have high morals high ethics don't worry we'll pay back that share of stock you look like a good guy and so now the oldest and guess what you're right it does go down in value but you're holding to one hundred dollar bills because you sold this thing with a producer Bucks will go down in value and now it's down to a hundred dollars per share right you do take one of those on our bills you buy back in the chair at a cheaper price and now you own a chair and you can give it back to Brooklyn say Hey remote that I owe you and get to keep the profit of a hundred dollars yourself done that was sixty seconds almost on the dot that was pretty good does pretty and I love how you started it too because how you started off kind of the the tie in was with the car right because you don't have to understand how the sensors and everything really work to be able to push the button and have the car park itself and I had this conversation with my sister in law at my son's birthday party like a year ago and she said I want you to teach me how to short and I said no you don't I I know my sister in law I said is it now you know this is yeah yeah what you teach me how sure I said now she's very analytical and and I said I said no you want to know all the little intricacies of what happens behind the scenes you know me to teach you how to short this is the I don't know I don't care about that as we teach me a short and I said okay cell to open there you go that's how short and she goes no but what happens in you don't have to understand how the sensors work to push the button and have the car park itself and that should come as a relief right we don't have to be a a a a a technical wizard to be able to short stocks it really is as simple as there's a buy button cell button normally very normal action as you bite opening you sell the clothes that is B. up words that is the bullish activity bearish this is the opposite it is still it's just sell to open and bicycles and the one fun thing about it that I love it's always buy low sell high it just doesn't matter what order you do it it is always buy low and sell high that's always what you're doing it's just are you buying to open or or are you selling to open now if you wanna learn a little bit more about shorting coming out to wanna Gregory's classes that is one of the places you with a quick little intro you did the sixty second slam that was phenomenal but come on out to class that's really where we get started that we know how to teach people just like you the skills and the knowledge that can empower you to take control of your financial future so you can spend less time worrying about life and more time living it right now with a class coming up in your area no just second you'll be able to register for these classes to get that phone ready if you're driving now's.