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"hallier" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

05:29 min | Last month

"hallier" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

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"hallier" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"hallier" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Let's get this game out there. And so what's going to happen is they're going to get a specific amount of the profits from the game. The basically all of their kind of almost like a contractor in this case. We're putting our people in there that get this out because ridgely this game developed by it relatively like Indie studio if you look at it. Looks like an Indie game to you. It's like okay. It's like a triple A. Experience. You're offering right there and so it was too much for them. That's why it's taken so long and so they're getting a big publisher in they're like here's the capital that you need. Here's the Goddamn workforce that you need. Now let's get this thing out and so I think this is good and I like the the the developer said ten cent does not own this mealy contracting and to get this fucking now and they're gonNA get some profits accents. I want this game so this looks great. Know we're not getting bioshock title anytime soon. And it's funny. How like system shock was kind of the Bashar successor to the system shock. And our getting this again so I wanNA play this game. This looks amazing. You know I just don't have hope anymore. Yeah I think it's GonNa Happen now. That they got they got the Chinese publisher. And they're and they're gonNA look. You're going to put that out because written to the they don't they? Don't own the game there's GonNa be some give me a deal is going. There's going GONNA be some some argument over. What what what parts we have much work we put into this. Yeah it's going to be some contractual disagreement. That goes on I. I there's this game has been such turmoil in Development Hell I. I'll play it when I played with good. Mindset the head. I do not have my hopes up for this at all. News comes out and he starts showing more stuff then. I'll probably might might might but we'll see how it goes. Yeah all right. Let's switch it up man. Okay you want. Switch it up from games to movies variety. There you go. Can we put some variety and we can't allow it? Yes all right. Let's see we got. We might be talking about. Yeah man well one year later. We all know that. The end of the game of thrones was pretty much fucking stupid and terrible disappointing. Didn't know disappointing is when you try to be nice. It was fucking it was terrible will be one. This appoint is what you say five minutes after. You just can't grasp how bad it is still trying to be good. Y- It was a little bit of a disappointing before the next day. You wake up in the morning like fuck that a minute. What people say could have made it absolutely better is a team up between Jason. Momoa Peter Hallier. We need to resurrect called drug and bring him back. Yeah at the end of riding dragons covered in blood and do it. They save the day that would have been so much. A little booster seat for Peter English trip. He's holding out for the little kick it staff. He said it. I feel good. That's honest put him on Katie Dragon. You put them on a goat. This green man..

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"hallier" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Heavy. Trashy heavy today. Janea somewhere not screaming in my ear. And I'm grateful. He man. So the government is reopened, you know, on like like on from like some clarity day like a ninety day probation Irag might even I don't even know super ears aided. But I'm glad you know, for those who deserve to get paid. And like haven't been getting paid. It's this is just been disgusting. And it's just the whole purpose behind it as disgusting, and the reason behind him open, the government is discussing because he didn't reopen the government out of the kindness of his heart or knowing that people needed to work and make money and like provide for their families, and we're putting their cars up for sale for groceries and into make rent and all kinds of crazy shit. No, he reopened the government because his friend got indicted. I thought that I mean, I could be wrong. But it doesn't it's not lost on me that the convenience of the reopening also falls around things like the Super Bowl like major money making periods. Yes. In in this country all star weekend. So major events are happening within the next minute shutdown right before tax return, exactly. And I feel as though, you know, the bottom line will always be the dollar. And I mean, just even in the interest of safety like you cannot have air traffic controllers into USA and all the other government officials. But specifically those who, you know. Monit or work in travel and transportation. With that kind of money moving. No in this country. I feel like that may have something to do with that is just my own theory. No, one told me that would just kind of talking in the at the beauty parlor on Friday, and that kind of came up, but. Either way you slice. It black is beautiful as right? Yeah. But yeah, he did it because this friend was getting indicted. That's what I think. And like, I think it also is a combination with that in all of the money making Vince such as the Super Bowl, but it was served as a distraction. You know, what he thought it was serve as the distraction because if you haven't looked into the Roger stone business get into it. It's heavy so Cardi that deal with Pepsi and has another Super Bowl commercial cause remember she had one last year. And then khloe in Hallier also performing at the Super Bowl. So I know really. Yeah. It's been a lot of I've seen a lot of things about that. You know, people feel a lot of ways, and, you know, my house in particular is is, you know, we knew cabinet we stay here for Nick. But you know, we're not big football people. And it's fine. Like, whatever you all choose to do. I know a lot of negative who watch football, no legs. Who don't I'm not getting ready to pass judgement on anybody khloe Halley, though. Like, you know, I, you know, they gotta get their coin. I guess if we wanna look at the silver lining of it like at least they're trying to get black performers in there. So it could be worse. It could just be like no representation whatsoever. So I don't know take that as you will. But you don't know how about it. Yeah. I, you know, right. I tried to find something positive in it. And I'm like, all right. You know, like clothing like, but. We like khloe Halley. So it makes it difficult. Right. But. We like a lot of people, and they will get to that something positive beyond say's coming back with new music soon. Lou the dream said he's working on music with she. And I think we all knew it because we saw the Braves for so long. So we knew something was coming. She's been kind of quiet, you know, although she could just be a mother does that lottery. She does have three she s three. One of those threats threesome migos. Three musketeers migos? She's got three kids. So she could very well. Just be doing that. But every time we see the braids..

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"hallier" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KGO 810

"It's calling me. And that was the last say ever saw the woman again, whether that's true or not, but I've heard of pyramid items like that is that is that something that's not true. Or what do you think? Greg. Well, I mean pyramids. You know, they've been a mystery for a long time. And there's a lot of people who believe that the pyramid shape condenses and focuses energy. I I'm not aware of this the story that the your listener is talking about. But it sounds fascinating. But the idea of being drawn to these things we're seeing a lot of that type of thing investigating the case and Hallier, it's it's it really goes back to the idea of of even say, the idea of being drawn into something the old legends of the lady in the lake, you know, Rhoda drowning people they're pulling them into something. There's an allure to the phenomena itself that I think is it's in translating. Did you ever come across any hitchhiker ghost stories actually funny enough? One of my best in earliest memories was actually coming across the hitchhiking ghosts myself with my friend, Jason listening to coast to coast. Oh, no get away from the ghost on six six. Oh, six. I remember, exactly. And we were driving around listening to the program. Sure enough. There's a woman hitchhiking down the road. And we thought well, this is a very dangerous place is a very rural place, and we stopped the car, and we looked in the rear view mirror, and she was gosawx. What would you do if you drove on and found her looking in the rear view mirror? I probably would not be with you to talk. No freakout on that one Erin in riverside, California. Go ahead. Erin. Thank you for having me. Thank you. And just good questions here. I'm looking to buy a new house pretty soon. I wanna to know they said there was no deaths on that home. And I wanted to know what's the best way to cleanse. The how. Yeah. Also for the past couple of years. I've been noticing. I'll make the show like every time. I looked at the clocks numbers or anything. I'm always shooting eleven. Yeah. Well, the numerology Glenis McCann's would tell you that you're kind of enlightened when you see eleven eleven or one eleven but very quickly, Greg as we wrap things up putty cleanser house, well, this is Dana Dana, how do you do that? I usually suggest people to use sage ages essentially like the power washer of energy work. So sage is going to clear out all all energy, that's kind of attached to a place. Whether it's good or it's bad, burn it or just lit around. You burn it. If you can have an odd baloney shell.

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"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

"That Dana is a fantastic Terrel reader, and okay, she she tends to pull terro on most. Every investigation we ever go on because regardless of what you think about it kind of makes you take stock of the situation at hand and think think a little bit differently. Does the tarot for you? Dana have you change events or the way that you were going to do something. I think absolutely. It has a for me was always in this really great tool for paranormal investigation because it gives you insight into something that maybe you don't necessarily have quite on the surface at that point. Time. So this really a great tool for me, and especially throughout the investigation, and I use it quite a bit in Hallier when we get two points where we're sort of just looking at each other going what direction? Do we go in next, and it can tend to be this really great conduit for kind of pointing us in the right direction. I'm constantly using tarot. Our investigation, lots of compliments on the videography of the documentary who shot the thing this actually, the the reason the whole project happened was because of our friend Karl Pfeiffer, a incredibly talented videographer and editor he's the guy who he heard me talking about the case. And as I was talking about the case, he was he was listening, and he watched our our website automatically random tweets something about the case that crazy synchronicity. And so he he really pushed and prodded for it. And he made it look just beautiful used. Wide angle lenses on it cinema cinema cinematographer that.

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"hallier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Think it's close. I think it's a variation of that. Yeah. Okay. The the SP seven is the most popular one, and it's been on the market for ten twenty years, and it's pretty definitive and how people use it. I for one I'm not a fan of them. But after I saw the SS method performed I was blown away. Way. I mean, the answers and responses that come from the person who's acting as the receiver who is not hearing the questions asked. That's stunning to me. And I think that's whether that's coming psychically whether that's coming from some sort of technologically assisted medium ship. I don't know. But it's interesting enough that it's made me respect the method. What kind of other equipment, Greg? Do you guys? Bring. I mean, anything from, you know, thermal cameras night vision cameras things like that. We don't make a lot of use of them in Hellier because really what people are seeing and Hallier's they're seeing a lot of the boots on the ground work. They're seeing us talking to the locals and trying to get information from the locals, you know, one of the things that we make use of quite a bit is the fact that Dana is a fantastic Terrel reader, and okay, she she tends to pull terro on most. Every investigation we ever go on because regardless of what you think about it kind of makes you take stock of the situation at hand in think think a little bit differently. Does this terrible for you? Dana have you change events or the way that you were going to do something. I think absolutely. It has for me taros always in this really great tool for paranormal investigation because it gives you insight into something that maybe you don't necessarily have quite on the surface at that point. Time. So this really a great tool for me, and especially throughout the investigation, and I use it quite a bit and Hallier when we get to points where we're sort of just looking at each other going what direction? Do we go next, and it can tend to be this really great conduit for kind of pointing us in the right direction. So I'm constantly using tarot. Our investigation, lots of compliments on the videography of the documentary who shot the thing this actually, the the reason the whole project happened was because of our friend Karl Pfeiffer was a incredibly talented videographer and editor he's the guy who he heard me talking about the case. And as I was talking about the case, he was he was listening, and he watched our our website automatically random tweets something about the case that crazy synchronicity. And so he he really pushed in product for it. And he made it look.

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"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

"Okay, she she tends to pull terro on most. Every investigation we ever go on because regardless of what you think about it kind of makes you take stock of the situation at hand in think think a little bit differently. Does the tarot for you? Dana have you change events or the way that you were going to do something. I think absolutely. It has for me tells always in this really great tool for paranormal investigation because it gives you insight into something that maybe you don't necessarily have quite on the surface at that point. And. Time. So it's really a great tool for me. And especially throughout the investigation, and I use it quite a bit in Hallier when we get two points where we're sort of just looking at each other going what direction. Do we go next, and it can tend to be this really great conduit for kind of pointing us in the right direction. I'm constantly using tarot. Our investigation, lots of compliments on the videography of the documentary who shot the thing this actually, the the reason the whole project happened was because of our friend Karl Pfeiffer was a incredibly talented videographer and editor he's the guy who he heard me talking about the case. And as I was talking about the case, he was he was listening, and he watched our our website automatically random tweets something about the case that crazy synchronicity. And so he he really pushed in product for it. And he made it look just beautiful used. Wide angle lenses on it cinema cinema cinematographer that you've never seen in one of these types of projects. Now, the fact that you're working on season two tells me that you're not complete yet. It's not finished. There are so many dangling threads. There's there's a there's so much more to investigate again. You know, Hellier is just the start. It's just a prologue. And even in just know, we shot this in two thousand seventeen people are just seeing it. Now, it's only been out for a week the amount of information that we've been able to gather since then is staggering. And I think people are going to be shocked at the things that we've discovered in that time, what would you hope to accomplish? I think for us. I mean, we really went into this project with the idea of creating something that sort of push the Brown boundaries a little bit because of the nature of what we're investigating. It's a bit abstract and strange, and so really from everything from the way that it looks to the pacing of it. We really wanted to kind of challenge sort of the paranormal television tropes, and the things that have been set in place for many years. And so our our hope is really that it inspires people to make their own projects, and it inspires people to get out there and investigate. And and, you know, do it with with that kind of passion is really palpable. Historically, how old is this area. Oh, I mean, it's it's from the coal, boom. One of the things that we found out while we were investigating is many of the roads that we drive up only exist because they were roads that led to the old vine. So it's it's fairly old. And the other interesting thing is.

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"hallier" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

14:37 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And welcome back to coast to coast Paula Harris with us our final segment here. Paula of everything you've done in this field. What for you has been the most satisfying? Probably the Latin American work that I'm doing right now. It's just a whole different ballgame down there because I don't have to vet the people as much there when I talk to people that contact have contact. It's it's, you know, they're real they they're they're emotionally. They give me an idea of what the agenda might be for the extraterrestrials visiting. I am very very happy to be working in Latin America, mostly now, I'm going to Chile I'm gonna be in Perot. I've been to Argentina Colombia. And it's a whole other world down there, George, she'll that's the most satisfying. I think and then I wanted to tell you I think I'm a consciousness life, and you're going to be there too. Sure. Shortly. So get to see you there in Emory. Is there Emery we'll be there to that? We can tell our listeners. Absolutely. These are exciting times Paula. They really are. I think two thousand nineteen in spite of what's happening in Washington. We'll be pretty good for the people. What do you think? I think I think that there's some benefit to looking at what is happening in the world. We can see what we don't want. We kind of look at what we do want. It gives us a mirror to humanity. So yes, I agree with you two hundred two thousand nineteen going to be an amazing year back to the calls. Let us go to Joe in Long Island, New York to get us started high Joseph, fascinating discussion, caressed and extreme sports. People. You're breaking up a lot. Then show. Let's see if we get you back a little bit. You're still there. Yeah. I want to ask about your your meetings with the astronauts, and what type of personalities you were able to derive from them. And in terms of them being risk, takers. Well, you know, th there takes a certain type of person to take risk. Edgar Mitchell was was probably the closest that I was to also did the Clark mcclinton McClellan case where he was a ground crew astronaut, and he observed he said in space a being a human being talking to our after nuts and the payload of the shuttle, Clark mccown K cases, very famous. They're, you know, those that's where all this happens. If you ask me where the greatest cover up would be I should say think would be there because I'm sure when you're going out into space somebody's noticing. I am sure that they've had all kinds of film footage. I mean at one time there used to be the NASA outtakes with all the U F O's. It used to follow the space shuttle and the different, you know, Apollo and Gemini missions. And so forth. So I think that a lot of what really happened at NASA needs to tell us about. Let's go to Bob in Montana. Welcome to the show. Hey, bob. Go ahead. George. I just wondered if anybody besides me ever see that seem to meter UFO's that are shaped and trying to put together like sugar too. So I was out at about one thirty two o'clock in the morning those cared for by wife. She had multiple sclerosis. It finally took her, but I just cared for her got her to sleep. I went outside and I smoke about this time. I think it was about this time of year forty two below zero. Thanks to a Craig radio. I do the ceiling was fourteen feet. Temperature was minus twenty two degrees. And I saw seven approximately beater. They look like sugar cubes with light setup. They were performing stunts that or just absolutely beyond. Anything of physics to explain they square off with each other charge, each other stop instantly or right? It's a boy to bit packed. They would take off about a forty five degree angle. Or a ninety degree angle rather, stay still or are. They both take off angles. They'd sweep around able to each other bis. On a day finally dissipate. Bob, how they how they take take off to tell you the truth. They didn't I watched for fifteen minutes. You're the one who probably ended up leaving. I was. Stole packs, and they look like Sugarcubes, you know, I gave it the past that the light diffusion, but I'd grab my coat and I have a pair of field glasses. And I looked out through the field four power pill glasses at all. Look like was great bigger was bigger Sugarcubes. They had the glittery surface all them. Surface. What do you think of that Paula? Well, the only person I know that photographs something, and it was a movie that photographs this is an Tony Z. If you go to look at his website, he has movies of these kinds of craft and all kinds of graft in he's out of me Llano. He's at Milan in Italy. And is a contact. He and has has similar footage and Israel last name is. I'm Tony you are like the gun like the assault rifle. How? Yeah. Yeah. And he's he's a he's working with nemo fan right now because his full film footage is during the day up close close and personal you actually see the craft. It's movies. It's not they're not photograph. So and they're amazing. I'd like to bring him to the United States is an example of film footage. You that's a standing next up. We've got Jay Louisville Kentucky. Welcome to the show. Jay, go ahead. George. George. I have no doubt. Flies. But I I can't glance blasts. So important that the government will be what they know about life aliens that what what are they hold back for? What what do you think? Paul of the real reason is governments hold back from telling us the truth. Well, there's a lot of reasons. One of them. You know, I think one could be there. They can't explain it. They can't control it. They they don't know like, we don't know the whole agenda. But the main reason I think is the economic reason I think we have had back engineering from crashes, and that that this technology is in the military industrial complex is the money making technology, and they're not about to talk about what they did in the past. And how they back engineer these things and how the industry is using them. We go to Joe in the Bronx Joseph. Go ahead. Good. How are you ready? Good. Paula. Hilliard was a guest on oh back on coast to coast, and he mentioned medical advancement, which was a scalpel that could cut on one side and quarter is when you flip it over you could quarter alone famously, do you know of any medical advances that can be tied or linked to extraterrestrial involvement. Well, this this Paul hell, you're talking about Colonel courses testimony. And I did a lot of interviews with Paul how he read court shows book, and actually I gave Paul Hallier a letter the course road to a doctor about this scalpels 'cause the doctor wanted it. And of course, told me that the Russians had it that that that this back engineered technology was like a pen could cut in a suture. And but we're talking nineteen. I if this is what Roswell. Nineteen forty seven. So we're talking sixty years ago. So yeah, I think there's stuff out there like that. We just don't know about it. The stuff you were talking about earlier about Sikora New Mexico was at the one that included Lonnie some more of the police officer, you know, the one that I'm talking about with an actual crash one month after the atomic bomb. Lonnie's more was a little bit later was a couple of years later, and that was the landing with actual being the came out of that lending, left, lending traces. But it was very close to San Antonio where this happened. Great case, wasn't it. Yeah. And Nick actually did that case. Yeah. That was real. He was a police officer some of these people are so credible. I don't know why we would question them. Let's go next to Mary and snowflake Arizona. Hi, mary. Good morning. Good morning, and thank you, George and policy for your. Franken. Honest, disclosure, bell Elvis. It's really reflect your at your and country flake is worked. Travis live. Yes. Yes. It is. Well, I seventy four headed period unusual experience at Manchester when I was quitting college up in Ashland about thirty of us went down to a centennial thing they have there. And you know, we were just college kids going to look at party right there. And you know, there was just a huge Bill people and groups everywhere, and you know, fires going and things like that sun was going down and are groups there were some some. Fryers I guess you'd call them that were walking around, and, you know, kind of like old priestly outfits, and they were called the brotherhood of the light. I still have this like business card. They ended up to us that had a chance on it about life in London and Thiessen tower may Christ returned to earth and the sun was going down. And we all saw it. Remember, it's hundreds of people their families, and this and that, and we all saw Tun was going down looking up at mount Shasta just from the trees, it was it was only shadows from the trees as the sun was going down. You can see the word Christ almost at the top about while. It was just the shadows from these trees, and you could see a perfectly. I mean almost like a billboard. You couldn't mistake. What it said or anything? I mean, it was phenomenal everybody just stopped. And no matter what condition your in. Everybody's mad. Else? Just popped open. And we were all Mr. Cole senior around with this priest and seen this son that he gave to us on this car long as it wasn't cool by everybody the whole area around the lakes top didn't start and they said grace. Like that Paula at what point does science start to mingle with what you do to get this done. Well, it started a long time ago with quantum physics started a long time ago when the lettuce with dean ratings work within tangle with quantum, you know, quantum theory. So science has already been working on this for a long time. It's just so we don't know about it in in advance science as already figured out a lot of things. So. And we shouldn't divorce this from science. This is a little kernel personal called the new science. Let's go next to Helena in Los Angeles. Hi, Helena, high high George. Hi, paula. I actually exchanged a couple emails with you years back maybe eight years ago when Michael horn of Billy Meyer, same gave me your Email because well, I was in in France in Paris in nineteen seventy two I was involved in a metaphysical a group that was visited by Sicilian farmer named Siracusa. Who had he he's an Italian? Coosa? Yeah. Right, right. You told me that he was still alive. And he's in his no he died in ninety two though. Oh, he did die. Okay. But the whole orientation of that metaphysical group shifted that very day that he came and interacted with us and showed us drawings. He didn't have any photos. It was like they each is people channeled pictures or visions of no he actually met the beings, and he was on the island of Sicily. He was our a damn ski, and he actually met the people from Venus, they were physical people. And this is why in the fifties have happened in Italy. What happened in southern California? Okay. I had the good fortune to go to big rock and the Integra Tron and so forth. I just wondered, and then you told me that you visited that group in Busia because Sean Pau pal he was the leader. Like how Vietnamese and half French and that you had been invited to visit them they're living on both. Yes, that's the Voyager into dementia know, my life is very strange. They invited me to do a lecture on the island of visa their contact..

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"hallier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Point of impact they would take off on a forty five degree angles. Or ninety degree angle rather? Stay still or are. They both take off all angles. They'd sweep around able to each other bis. On a day finally dissipate. Bob, are they are they take take off? To tell you the truth. They didn't I watched him for fifteen minutes. You're the one who probably ended up leaving. I was. Stole packs. They looked like Sugarcubes, you know, I gave it the past that the light diffusion, but I'd read my coat and I have to have a pair of field glasses. And I looked out if the field four power field glasses at only looked like was great bigger, bigger Sugarcubes. They had to get the glittery surface of them the surface. What do you think of that Paula? Well, the only person I know that photographs something, and it was a movie that photograph system, I'm Tony Losey. If you go to look at his website, he has movies of these kinds of craft and all kinds of graft and he's out of Milano Milan in Italy. And is a contact. He and has has similar footage is and Israel. Last name is. Until you you are like like the gun like the assault rifle. Yeah. And he's he's a he's working with tiny my son right now because his film, but he just during the day up close close and personal you actually see the craft. It's movies. It's not they're not a photograph. So in their amazing I'd like to bring him to the United States. This is an example of film footage. Should it's astounding next up. We've got j w in Louisville Kentucky. Welcome to the show. Jay, go ahead. George george. Know enough allies that I I can't grasp what's so important that the government would be what they know about life aliens that what what are they hold back for what what do you think? Paul of the real reason is governments hold back from telling us the truth. Well, there's a lot of reasons. One of them. You know, I think one could be there. They can't explain it. They can't control it. They they don't know like, we don't know the whole agenda. But the main reason I think is the economic reason I think we have had back engineering from crashes, and that that this technology is in the military industrial complex. It's the money making technology, and they're not about to talk about what they did in the past. And how they back engineer these things and how the industry is using them. We go to Joe in the Bronx. Hey, Joseph go ahead. Good. Good poorly. Paul Hilliard was a cast on a while back on coast to coast, and he mentioned and medical advancement, which was a scalpel that could put on one side and quarter is when you flip it over Duke, a quarter rise alone seamlessly do you know of any medical advances that can be tighter linked to extraterrestrial involvement. Well, listen, this Paul hell, you're talking about credit courses testimony. And I did a lot of interviews with Paul Hallier. He read court shows book, and actually I gave Paul hell your letter the course of world to a doctor about this scalpels 'cause the doctor wanted it. And of course, so told me that the Russians had it that that that this back engineer technology was like a pen could cut in a suture and the we're talking nineteen. This is Rodman's nineteen forty seven. So we're. Taking a sixty years ago. So yeah, I think there's stuff out there like that. We just don't know about it. The stuff you're talking about earlier about Sikora, Mexico was at the one that included Lonnie Samora the police officer. You know, the one that I'm talking about was an actual crash one month after the atomic bomb. Lonnie's more was a little bit later was a couple of years later, and that was the landing with actual being the came out of that lending that left lending traces. But it was very close to San Antonio where this happened. Great case, wasn't it. Yeah. And high Nick actually did that case. Yeah. And that was real he was a police officer some of these people are so credible. I don't know why we would question them. Let's go next to Mary and snowflake Arizona. Hi, mary. Good morning. Good morning, and thank you, George and policy for your Frank and honest, disclose your bowl Elvis. It's really replace driver's Welton country. Snowflake is Travis live. Yes. Yes. It is IT nineteen seventy four period unusual experience at Manchester when I was quitting college up national and about thirty of us went down to a centennial thing they had there. And you know, we were just college kids going to look at the party of the lake there. And you know, there was just a huge people in groups everywhere and fires going and things like that. The sun was going down and are groups there was some some Fryers. I guess you would call them were walking around. And you know, kind of like old free, sleet outfits, and they were called the brotherhood of the light. I still have this business card. They ended up us that had a chance on it about life. Love and peace and tower may Christ's return to earth and the sun was going down, and we all saw hundreds of people their families, and this and that, and we also have son going down looking at the mount Shasta just from the trees it was. It was only shadows from the trees at the sun was going down. You could see the word Christ almost.

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"hallier" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on No Agenda

"The following people are fifty dollar donors were done fast today. Robert Webber in San Jose, Patricia Dane, Patricia Worthington in Miami, Florida. She's constantly helping us out Brandon of rock port orchard. I think he's third night, sir. Mark Johnson, Aurora, California, Gary Arcus in Perth, Perth, lurches back on the list person. Why I keep saying Washington is Western Australia. Perth haven't had Perth on the, you know, the pure pursers don't like us. No, no, no purpose do like us living in a lot of people in Perth, trees. Green is beautiful. The complete other side of Australia. Yeah, Keith Yarborough in Austin, Texas. Hey, you know him. John Hallier Missoula Montana, Trevor Hoaglund in Portland, Oregon, and last, but not least in the short list, Michael Coleman and the Woodland's and other Texan says he's appreciates the humor and feeling. Politically agnostic. I try to acknowledge the competence. I happen to see this guy in this Colorado gubernatorial debate year in Texas. Well, and we wanna thank these folks are helping produce show ten seventy seven and everyone who came in under that for reasons of anonymity. But a lot of you also on our subscriptions, I cannot stress how important these are. These are smaller amounts, but they come there recurring and we really appreciate that because that's just kind of a little base that we have, which is really nice. We could grow that a lot more to please consider supporting the show that way I wanted to mention. I got this another weird gift, and I wonder if had gotten him from Ryan Showalter it's I guess he works at a valve and casting company IS. Yeah, he sent me a nice note. He's as third generation or second generation of guy who said he said he was very pleasant note. Let me explain what I have because I didn't have a note. There was no note deli just as card. And so it's it's as Fresno valves. I have an ice cream scoop and a bottle opener, and they're very cool. I'm they really look interesting, and I presume they're made from valve. No, no, that made they look like they're from valve handles. No, they're cast explain the no actual castings and it may be a handle part of the casting, but you do, you make castings as you make mold, and then you put sand around is a long process by used to inspect these places. So I wrote it talked about it and he said that he was listening to the show. And when I was bitching as like, do will very rarely says, you know, I heard what you said about the second and third generation kids not taking any interest in what their dad was doing. The business that they started or respectfully. The third generations have been my experience and they just say, screw it. We don't want to have anything to do with it. We want to go off and do something else we want to want to become ourselves or they wanna find something. He said he took it to heart and he says, he said he's dad's business was the was being big valve casting operation vows I do manhole covers. I don't know what they can cast things like those what you got to two gifts. And those are most of these foundries are called founders is owned a foundry. These foundries usually make a number of gimmicks that they give away to their customers, and I think those are okay. Campuses show the style of the casting. It's like, you know, interesting as those are both nice, the ice cream scoopers particularly, and it's sharp too was designed for the parlors s it's the flat kind of trot trowel like where you dig in there and you can get a trial. Yes, trowel that is the right word. And so he's said, and he's a went back and he's decided to take it very seriously..

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"hallier" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And so would it would there be any reason for bread to really jump to that other side? I feel like if he comes to the realization that the makeup of this I resume, that's what he can take on that side. The bottom of level six, be blunt about this also ever since his buddy Winston went, I feel like he did kind of fall down the totem pole, but then at the same time, he probably. Feels comfortable because he was up there with other level six members twice with saved both times. So he feels more comfortable with them right now also to add to that. I don't notice this in his DR tonight. Once you find case you now I know where my loyalties level six ally die. We got this. I feel like it was kind of he was riding in line and be event that they were going to get some kind of problems this week. You would have done what he needed to do for himself. But since it was fine, he was like, you don't have to deal with this moral. I'm up for other week. Many just clarify my point in that. I think that if that, if this had a strategic reason behind it, I could get behind it even if they're going back to their lines. Like he's so ridiculous. I can't believe I would make, or I can't believe she would make a final to like, for example, if he made a final two with Hallier with Scotty or someone like that, and that was to further their own game, and then went back to the group is like, I can't believe she's falling for this. However, with rockstar, it's like they're already planning on voting her out of the house. There's really no strategic benefit for doing this. It just makes rockstar look bad. It makes them look bad, true rockstar, once they vote her out and they see in the the goodbye messages that they're mocking her. I mean, it just there's no strategic benefit for it. So I could see strategic reasoning for doing it for other situations and I can get behind this one. I just I don't like it if there's nothing strategic and it's more just to mock the person. I don't like. There's a question from Tauran on Twitter, which was dumber a Bailey, exposing her power or rockstar telling Tyler. The answer. Melissa, do you have a strong take on this one. I think that Bailey exposing her power was just such a bad move. I think she was in such a good place before then. And you know it's, it was something that maybe she says, it's not intentional, but that was, I mean she told her about it and that came out of her mouth. And yeah, she wanted to suck it back in. But like you know, Rockstars thing was just checking the answer. It wasn't like Tyler. You're wrong, go down there and go fix it like you need to get the right answer and help really helping him. It was more just like, hey, is this right? What's going on here? Failures is more deliberate and she just just that was just so bad for Bailey. So I would say that definitely Bailey revealing her power was worse. I think that Bailey's game ended more prematurely because of mistake. Then I think that rockstar, I don't know if she was going. I mean, even if she delayed the inevitable bio week. I think that it didn't really change too much for the ultimate outcome of the season. Yeah. I feel like this is a situation where Bailey had a power up until eighth eight. She could've used this. You got to replace nominations with no one. Knowing she told the one person she told initially, we were kind of like, ooh, fancy offense. He kept it to himself. Then she went to someone on the other side and told them not even one of her other alliance members. So that was a red flag. I feel like she had too many opportunities to many things. You could have done with that and she did it. Whereas rockstar had a one in three chance at veto and still ended up being at the of one in two chance at Beato. So ultimately, all she really did was change your potential opponent from Tyler Haley, and that may have benefit or, but like you said, rob, it would have been a week maybe, whereas Bailey had win equity to some degree that you lost..

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"hallier" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Look great go ahead masturbate while i call ronen fair to break up the state singing who men are toxic who why on earth a my straight why are th are you are you not an insane asylum i mean my goodness the guy legitimately says in your little made up mind right this to this conversation ever happen this is in your little made a mine rate that we're in a time progress for women true but that's michael russian that he says he didn't mean it he backed off and then she said and then he says that not all men are bad and then she says the data micro aggression he's just like harvey weinstein and then there there's another one where she says so i have assuming roofing my beer in the guy says man that joke is way too severe and should well we've had a terrible year and he says i swear i sympathise with their plight and should hallier's traits as gendered man who is white and man's as well can i say anything right inches what did you say that's not okay my cat person doesn't exist any way unless it's mike had that it all mary mike catt who wouldn't hurt me because he's not like that and then the cat says i can't contentious fair enough okay maybe the problem here is the ruggedness okay so there are no more words that are more as this was on the opposite page of the new york times so maybe she's joking but it's not clear that she's completely joking about herself it seems like she's just treating men like men are all crazy so that's that's just awesome did it was called the dating blues hashtag me to that's what the actual name of the piece was so well done at new york times okay that wasn't the end of stupidity so we want to talk about where meat too should be useful so clinton tarantino was caught on audio years ago saying to howard stern that he thought roman polanski and not raped at thirteen.

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"hallier" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"On a visit to al azhar a leading babies cry punctuated the sound the most skin its university have been a place of islamic study for a thousand years turning out generations of scholars liked up to hasaan ebrahim a shake wanting to maintain alas hottest message in talent times led an allrun they nut locked in heading were locked in in moulding uh and the ball the world was isolated that his wasn't this open his kind is now selfless skies the opening gallup to the media does satellite tv channel i mean allows that have noticed that people who are not dry twelve moderate all coming to the forefront the are making ought fatf was making strange fat was making deluding the people the muslims in the west and damaging the image of islam abroad do you not know how you call mingle deed more can be sarah fats ones like that from a prominent cleric in 2012 who appeared on a gypsy tv comparing the pyramids and the sphinx to pay you can temples and cooling for their destruction took to he sheme hallier rights on arab affairs for the atlantic council the word fatwa has taken on a somewhat scary meaning within the english language because someone rushdie was given a quote unquote a fatwa on him the fatwa simply means a religious opinion a qualified religious opinion on a particular question this is a cool center just like any other really there are dozens of people sitting it desks wearing headsets taking calls as a screen saying the number coups coming in the differences that these men are wearing red white turbans they all shakes for the amazon mosque and they will issuing fatwas either of good her to way you are a hypocritical welcome to a heart global electronic had center for arabic press one train rescue do you get many goals we have received very questions via mail on the official broke the guarding the economic issues in addition was non muslims zakariya was taking questions in english from muslims outside egypt and you project by al azhar keen to show it is assessing its authority and countering diy religious guidance today's session shah law.

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"hallier" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"On a visit to al azhar a leading babies cry punctuated the sound the most skin its university have been a place of islamic study for a thousand years turning out generations of scholars liked up to hasaan ebrahim a shake wanting to maintain alas hottest message in talent times led an allrun they nut locked in heading were locked in in moulding uh and the ball the world was isolated that his wasn't this open his kind is now selfless skies the opening gallup to the media does satellite tv channel i mean allows that have noticed that people who are not dry twelve moderate all coming to the forefront the are making ought fatf was making strange fat was making deluding the people the muslims in the west and damaging the image of islam abroad do you not know how you call mingle deed more can be sarah fats ones like that from a prominent cleric in 2012 who appeared on a gypsy tv comparing the pyramids and the sphinx to pay you can temples and cooling for their destruction took to he sheme hallier rights on arab affairs for the atlantic council the word fatwa has taken on a somewhat scary meaning within the english language because someone rushdie was given a quote unquote a fatwa on him the fatwa simply means a religious opinion a qualified religious opinion on a particular question this is a cool center just like any other really there are dozens of people sitting it desks wearing headsets taking calls as a screen saying the number coups coming in the differences that these men are wearing red white turbans they all shakes for the amazon mosque and they will issuing fatwas either of good her to way you are a hypocritical welcome to a heart global electronic had center for arabic press one train rescue do you get many goals we have received very questions via mail on the official broke the guarding the economic issues in addition was non muslims zakariya was taking questions in english from muslims outside egypt and you project by al azhar keen to show it is assessing its authority and countering diy religious guidance today's session shah law.

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"hallier" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on The Nice Guys on Business Podcast

"Building a 20foot windows facing the water absolutely no damage to anything in our building we didn't even lose power which is crazy because although you know stove and microwave or still the same time um didn't lose power which is wild uh just a lot of landscape damage some of the area it looked like a war zone when i came back i mean his lines of palm trees were just smashed my view is entirely different i have an almost allglass apartment and it was very barricade with bamboo and a lot of palm trees and now i look out at the city i had a single skyline view now build a so yeah wyatt lot of damage to landscape mainly of the cities looking good is everything back to uh back to order you know i i that the whole thing that's going on in puerto rico haven't checked in the recently but i keep hearing that you know things they were 95 percent without power and and really any kind of services as crazy i think it was on thursday now the storm hit sunday monday on the following thursday 72 percent of miami was still without power the i assad miss that he this is that a tremendous number of people but on the day bounced back and yet you wouldn't does no evidence of anything having happened at this point yes so let's talk is i wanna get into it a little bit i in what i find most fascinating especially about the the type of work that you do you have this right brain photo side you know you photographer side world and you have your left rain entrepreneur world side how that you and i just talked recently to someone that that was on the podcast and she was more like whole brain you know and it would such so interesting because you have these relationships all over the place which is great it would confuse the hell out of me so hallier how do you get along with your whole brain self yes it's a wild dougie raskin this guy just had his conversation with somebody an hour ago.

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"hallier" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Otherwise otherwise his trouble spy magazine called this logrolling yes exactly by the way dana thieves written by james stewart who's who's a legend and then barbarians at the gate was was at coauthored yup brian burrow and john hallier yup and and also to to rock star journalists out there fear do doing god's work hmm talk about so so you mentioned a handful of mentor is primarily laron grassi's legendary yeah and lots of those folks at the street dot com i went to the four winds and they're all running major i think the who is the see the head of usa today this like all you could find people everywhere air dave callaway dave callaway no he wasn't there but there was some agai dave kansas was who's longer he is is is no longer in journalism are unaware dave i haven't of lost touch them but i'm sherman of forget a million mentors of course of corneal when you do list like this but the um he was one let's talk about investors what investors influenced you're thinking about markets well you know it was interesting the what happened to me was that i was working for this obscure operation the street dot com your nobody's really talking to me um and psychotic naturally grabbed a the people would talk to me sure the kind of desperate weirdos and quirk say young cranks and and outsiders and most of them were shortsellers um and so you know and in context this is the 90s right right and the big bulls they have access to the new york times wall street journal cnbc they have access to all the regular media right and in the business journalism was i would argue even worse than it is today and i don't think i don't have a great i think hall very good a if you're selective.

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"hallier" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Lesson his status as a bad ass in any way shape or form he is the coolest guy in the room i it's just it it it's everything you want a punisher story to be i know your big punisher pan so the fact that you enjoyed says she tells me that i was right to enjoy hallier was great yeah all right so we've gotta in addition to our regular picks we've got to sort of anti books that we want wanna make sure we touch upon today i won is edge of a venom of verse aged the annenberg number is not a metal song written about totally uh edge run in verse number one written by uh matt rosenberg yup matt rosenberg uh pencils by role in boca she inked by rome bushy with anam goram hennick ormes awhile her know this guy yeah colors by daniel dan brown um and school edge of annivers um is going to be this this would we have a couple of yup one shots coming kits i think it's a series of five one shots um much like edges speyrer switch we know he drew spider gwynn 'oughts other great character this is going to be alternate reality tails of different characters getting the venom symbiotic what happens and um it's going to lead into the venom verse event that's coming up later this summer yes so this edge of and in verse uh is about x 23 we get sia a younger x 23 than we see in the the current marvel universe but this is an alternate universe at its if for those of you who read the term you are see with us yesterday find this seen that we open in on very familiar um which i thought was really cool we see x 23 uh she's not laura here she is still x 23 like in the you know in the facility and she's tearing through people uh officers.

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