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"james kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success

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08:50 min | Last month

"james kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"Like as an and that's like you posting a lot. Palsy stuff so that the second that you might have done anything that might have been perceived as anything outside of that. Someone was really quick to really try. Sharp shoot it down right so this is what do you want to be good or do you want to be human. And i pointed him. I got what's missing as bad okay. Shimin inherently where good and bad and bed. That's what makes us human is not always good people. Obviously we should be uplifting stranded creating safety and protection for people where it doesn't infringe on too many of the papers rights if if possible but yeah i mean the so many of these sorts of things and again like this like watching all the women's rights stuff in like the right now because that's that's a big topic is sort of like very prevalent right now and that's the funny thing. Is that not funny thing. But our environment in a way we don fourth of like see a lot of that abuse in negative all sorts of things within media which is and general which is a which is a testament but seeing it. Sometimes it's like it can create a bubble and like sometimes. I feel jesus. I'm so ignorant to some of the horrors of the world and i wouldn't be able to go and we'll be beneficial if i wasn't able to go and look and have a look at the horrors of the world and actually bear witness to it because sometimes like there's been some discussion and we'd simply done it doesn't come up in everyday lot. Which super great for four right. But shocks me when they shop me because like shit fucking. That's all that she says growing up. And that's why again like these conversations always like powerful To bring latin again like being out allow people to be wrong in like big like single. The stories that are being brought to light. I've been super beta more educated on topic. That's not maybe super prevalent within my inner circle right and actually have a more of a broader scope of the rest of the world and that's having people shed these quite difficult. Experiences allows people that maybe not experienced that the be able to empathize have compassion and look tom stand. Where where some people that might be doesn't to being ridiculous or whatever whereas like being able to see this stuff and going shit like is there. Is there a place for this man. Do you feel like have you ever seen anything line when people to actually having conversations where they seem constructive because i think some. I'd be watching this on. Like i want to see this. I wanna be a part of it but there is a fucking get emotional and busy and just throw rocks from the outside world. because there's no. There's no retribution. Unless you're like some like families let's see something in the spotlight words worthy of megan example of right but people in the majority of the people that are sitting in in their pop and just like you know onboard sums of. I'm just going to sink. Shit at people have gotten reprecussions. So the good thing about social media's gave everyone a voice that you wanna vote right so it's like if we want everyone to have it's like now it's not a bad thing that like how constructive can we use it. And how. How can we really have cells into the point where we can deliver the thoughts feelings in a way where we can actually create healthy change. That's not born from shaming focusing or any of those things and actually have a big from a place like this is deserving of being four. And it's nothing to do with whether or not. I feel like i'm ben. Tests found it interesting when you have. Jk rollings someone also question and it was like it was. I was a is does a male a female biologically exist something along those lines and then people picked up and when they dug deeper into actually found it was less of the actual trans community to go frustrated about that. It was just generally it was paypal deciding for other people what they should be and that for a big pot from talking to the people in the transplant. It'd be me they were they were. That were annoyed. That will like the most about community. Didn't even decided to put his hot vigil in that. Trying to again insinuate some sort of righteousness is like these communities again. It was like its sister ended people. That don't like doing this stuff and it wasn't even. It's not even colorful moss again. Something is going to be people that say. It wasn't in us and some people are going to sign on and get. Yeah and the interesting thing is. I wanted to date man. I know it's so interesting. Because we hear that social media tells is what media they ultimately is like a group of the. The hive has said unit to apologize. And she roughly goes. I want to apologize for that now. Does that make you a bad person. That she stated fact that biologically you have male and female. There was nothing else that do not she says transport she says but i want apologize for saying the truth. You know like and we see it does mayo in this female while logically animal planet. Same thing right. And so what they did was. They had people going into stores and demanding bookstores to take her books off the shelf. To be honest. I don't really care it's not like i'm like a jk rollings. I don't really know. I haven't read the book so one of the i reported movies. Maybe once and that's it. I'm not really the biggest fan but it's also the fact that people can do that to another human being in that way an on mascara like she oversee has billion so she can protect herself when this happens to people. I know a bunch of people on youtube by saying have been canceled like they say one thing and then like a whole group of these other people come in and cancel and some meeting all these things to youtube to take him down reporting them and everything and these people are getting their thing block for months while it's getting worked out and then losing income and everything else so this season it can get nasty man can get nasty but to go back to all things that will saying more so in the second half of this conversation around taking ownership healing and everything else like this is where it starts. Don't get caught up in the noise going into that ownership in an accountability. Because at the end of the day you can do so much more with self empowerment really getting into a place where you powerful and what i love about the start of this conversation. Will you shed that when you chef things on like instagram. For example in the story you have polls and you have questions and you have people that send questions in a jam and you guys pull take debate the share what conversations are and then you come to a great place to do that. Don't even debating like most of the time went up. When i put a put up a put up something. That's that's that's a topic at a time. And i'll just ask for people's thoughts and it's not even like i'm pushing any I'm not pushing any agenda sometimes. There's a slight leaning of wotton. What i think my the the side that i would probably choose as far as an opinion is concerned. But it's never be. I'll try again. Sometimes it's not perfect. But i try to just be with to ask questions in like even. This is the bane the all time but again the way that i frame things up. We'll try to frame things up just invites. I tried to go to look to understand how you why you think why you think in the more i can do that and again when that person out of digging me the other day it takes a lot to be like just focus on the thing that they said i'm going to school brady bonds..

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"james kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

08:18 min | Last month

"james kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"And i'll i'll bill my belief along the way and i think a lot of people don't want to get into this sitting down and breaking bread and having communion because they're scared that something may be revealed that charged die and maybe the telling themselves through on and off is that i'm bit. I've been less than in this. You know and obviously there's a lot of structures that are built around the black. I'm accepted in this group. This is my tent. These people always been the enemy. If i admit that they're not the enemy anymore. Because i found the the understanding that that what am i gonna do with this ten here. I've been living in for so long with i. Reject me like this or marches in this management site at a lot of this literacy can can format so from childhood is like you've done work around your mom and your dad you know and obviously all of us have fragments and things. We can continue to work through. I think that a lot of like when people suppress and disregard that work that can be done around that childhood. Hailing a lotta times. They project into the current space. And you've got a mixed part of shame. Guilt anger frustration sadness covered fee projected into the space. And this is the thing is fueling it. You can see. There's a darkness and a lot of movements that are pushing and the same where is says good intention. Poor poor performance searchers. Like some people the stop. Make this sunday really. Were fighting four because we want somebody to fight foil. But ultimately it like evolves into something that essentially could be what we've been fighting against for the first half and is what i'm my concern is is what's happening and coach right now is again like we said at the beginning is just it's a mass manifestation of internalized shame segmented into certain groups and dom i think the biggest issue is not that we again like i said it's not that we have differences. It's the methodology which we can ductile cells within those different of opinions that a slowing us down that a slowing the things getting done like against discourse is something that most people don't understand but if you want to actually progress the world full and humanity. That's one thing you have to develop you have to otherwise your intention is going to be rice. Like good luck getting people come to see your point of view when all you do is trying shit on them for having it. Yeah right as so again. When we're seeing a lot of people doing a lot of good and try and do a lot of good the the thing that seeping into it is that if they some people want be wouldn't be doing this fighting for the things that i fought that they're fighting for if they didn't feel as our at risk of being a bad person give they didn't. And that's never a good place to choose to fight for anything if you choose if you're all main without knowing it unconsciously the fact that you're finding from this is purely because you don't want to run the risk of being perceived as a bad person right because that's what happens. A lot of people feel like they're the last thing i want is for other people to feel as on that person so this is why i fight for this thing instead of being like now. This is what i like. This is why fought for this thing being in that or the other right. It's like you go to check. Are you really in this because you or you just doing it because you just afraid of being perceived as a bad person and then not sure work. That's your work. That's your healing. The you've got do it's like this is the thing is like all the things ought do. Then that not based on my sisters said like And this is a process of me as well is remember that event that we you must steer in scottsdale scottsdale and i had this charity that want to grant and then everyone starts going up and putting money in putting money like seeing. You're seeing everyone starts to go. Someone walks up. You know what. I wanna go again. You know paid funding to give xyz amount of money. Then someone's like. I'm going to as well and then everyone starts walking up every outside okinawa. Everybody stops walking up and you know who sat chit. You may not moving right and in my head. I'm sitting there. And i'm like what if people think i'm a bad person and i seeing me sit here right now. Going on a cat. They're going to think i'm horrible. Nothing only six. And that's what most a lot of the people in that run. That would have been the reason as to why they went out. It wasn't affected. They cared about the coles. it was affected. That will more scared of the fact that if they didn't now going to be seen as a as a bad person and i had to sit there and be like no you logged on a little goofy. Mommy give giving to charities. You never talk about that stuff. You give off like all these things right and it's like it just wasn't something that was cold to and i it didn't threaten whether or not i was a good person on on him when you have that base you're able to go and clearly navigate your life away where it's based off of. What do i think someone's used to more than my party being. I'm doing this. Because i'm fearful of being perceived as a bad now the more that we continue this canceling of all these things and again like like we live in a society where you're now you're guilty until proven innocent instead of innocent until proven guilty. People are going to do things that are out of alignment again puled out of just fear of being perceived as a as a bad person or what we need is we need a world filled with people with a shame and when people call shame and that feels much risk of being a pad person within themselves let alone whether or not anyone else things about it. Do people get the function from this place where we can have really constructive ways of being able to have a positive intention rather than how my shane being manifested in an unhealthy way. Which now is on the hunt to go make you wrong so then i feel morally more righteous and then that alleviates a sense of shame and guilt that i have. And that's what we're seeing really grand scheme of things with this is where that good intention. Poll performance council because his coming from a wounded place. the performance is always going to be pulled. No matter how much you wanted to be good. It'd be pulled because it's coming from your unconscious and your unconscious is ninety. Five percents thoughts the same day before your body is young Unconscious body thing is really driving what we do. No matter how nauseous the words can be which is like a lot of people men. I've done it. It's like you said things but then incongruent with any new show up and it's like oh man i feel but it's like do you feel crap because you know you can do better the next time you show on better or do you. Just john is like crap going to work on yourself amid right and his word is projection comes into play. Have you ever seen the map of consciousness by david. Hawkins no okay. There's a book man. That's awesome series code power versus force and dave pasta way. I think about ten years ago and in this book he us. And i don't like the super woo of the practical as well when it comes to this self development and shorts on this matt really interesting. He has the lower brackets in the brackets on the lower brackets. He shows a frequency that's measured when people are in states of shame guilt. Anger sadness apathy. Theo courage courage is right. Before the point of neutrality now the frequency level of neutrality and between utility encourage is like two hundred nine whatever it is and then like shame guilt alike twenty hertz that it's it's the worst that you can hold in your body in a way of frequency the shame and the guilt is.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success

Addicted2Success

06:42 min | Last month

"james kelly" Discussed on Addicted2Success

"And go wait a minute. I'm not go beyond doing. That's affecting me which highly the happens because people are just getting fired up especially in social groups. They continue to fly each other up to get more and more angry and then they feel more courage. Because there's there's group think it's called the hive mentality. I call it the blob like everyone frigging blog and the blog comes in the tax one after another youtube people that a lot just genuinely being authentic into getting smashed in cancel with losing income. You've got celebrities that are saying things that are just. Hey this is what my perspective is and all of a sudden shutdown her noise. Maybe we'll get you jocelyn. Having differences of opinion is what progresses society like. We forget that we need and it's like the people that can't have civic discourse. I'm sorry but you're slowing down the progression of the human race. It's like if we're counter to be able to go his your point and this is and but also understand how someone could have arrived at what their opinion is. Like if you tell me if i play enough interest and i looked to understand which is what i try to do with a lot of things talk about is like i think i objective. Let's i want to understand how you arrived at at at the y. Inc right and awesome questions taking interest. Because that's going to. That's going to make sense as to why you feel you feel right if you can express that to me i can go toward the make sense why you feel that way. Can you give an example one time where you shed some megan you when you go into conversation so a lotta times. I mean just when. I ask questions on thing that not there all the time. It's like caging. Sometimes they are but Posting it just to see what the general sort of consensuses with something that's going on within the world One right now is live. Vaccines a lotta people. Yeah again like a concert. That's yet hugely. Obviously extremely divisive right now rum but again like if everyone takes the talk to like when someone said something or whatever. And i'm like i'm like if i always try to remind myself if i lived in their shoes and live their life and experienced everything that i experienced. I would not behave any differently. I would not be any better. i would not like. We assure him was in your shoes. I would choose better than what you did. Yeah right. And i believe it largely a believe that there's obviously influence as far as night raw but also nutshell and that's the humbling thing to to be able to realize within yourself while i can sit here in my high moral pedestal. Which is what everyone loves to do these days. It's like i'm the most morally noble. I know how the wellwould is gonna be the best. I climb to think that i do. I buy stuff. My experiences have what. I've gathered to be the case but again i understand why limited perspect- limited perspective and the more i can gauge and understand why people i'm able to go and have proper proper discussions that actually lead to something that lied to a great understanding. And that's a beautiful thing and like a share on on my instagram stories. When i have those conversations how proud. I am of my community that we can have those conversations that are really difficult that you see on the threads on instagram threads. That people are just tearing each other a pot and west sitting there as to adults share your pin opinion by the end of a going. You know. I think we want the same thing the way we think we're going to get. There is just slightly different. And that's where people get mixed up and and get annoyed majority of people wanting exactly the same thing. But i feel like the way that someone else wants to get. There is going to threaten what they value and again. That's the big thing with the left right. Or whatever is that everyone has the same values but once values one more than the other and they have values that no more than the other and they feel like they're both threat to the high values when really they value the same things but they bought their priorities. And when we look at it and we take a step back and we put the microscope nathan. Everyone wants the same things and we're getting caught up on how i think we're going to get there. And because then not having the discussions and people feeling shamed and again. That's that plays its hand in on the political scale as well when people are like. Oh you're gonna vote for trump. you're a piece of shit you're right. It's like all these things. And what do you think people do. They shutdowns when about this at the fear of like right. Imagine if you. I would have go. Okay what is it that you what would you be out. Why would you wanna vote for trump and typically. If someone explained to you i mean maybe not in the far reaches of self the self esteem of america where every every faction has their remedies like an extreme one way or the other. It's like you'd have the opportunity to actually influence posted on taken into consideration but it just sort of stops substance flow of understanding. So that's the big thing is like if you want actually have influence and get people to come aboard with what you want. It can't be forced. it can't be bullied into. They have if it's going to stick. They have to obtain the ones a feel like they've chosen it and that copy done by trying to dent someone ego and trying to make the make make you being right. You've got to check your attention at the doors. Like what do i want from this. Do i wanted to win this argument so i can feel myself with some sort of pride in crashes person that's like no one wins an argument. You either make someone feel like they're stupid or your stupid one. Yeah it's like. I want to progress. Ideas have but not at the cost of someone feeling silly for having in the first place right. And that's again why i never entertain conversations if someone can come to the party with the same level of intention of seeking to understand to lend to grow and for the mars pot. I mean someone one person the other day said staying. Elaine influence the nice. Say they said sorry. Question is like take the question mark off. That's a good stop. Like and i entertain it. Because i was like maybe.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Fight. That could be a good fighting really interesting fight in a really awkward fight. What about the association? Generally, how difficult is it to bet the MBA during a pandemic? Very especially without the bubble. The bubble was finds. You coulda, just there was no covert factor because they neutralize that. But here, it's It's very hard. I try to wait till tip off that. Oh, put my money down on something and especially teams that are top heavy, and they don't have great depth because you don't wanna bet too early because of one of the guys might miss, so wait till tip off or close to it to put the bet down, but it is difficult. All right. So Friday night, you got a couple of games really interesting games. You've got the Jazz V box, which is a beautiful match up If you want the jazz, and I know you love them. I know you love the jazz. But if you want them, it's gonna cost you 2.5 points. I know you love them. But do you like them that much? I do, Jim. There hit rate against the spread This season is stupid. They're 18 to 7 18 70. 72% against the spread Right now, 60% is usually the highest of the MBA. That's even better than you. Yes, way better than me, 72% that will come down, But I love the jazz. I love Quin Snyder, Utah's 1 16 of 17, and also the books aren't the same team on the road. As of right now away from Milwaukee, there's seven and seven on the season. Now both teams are to the best shooting the three ball, But Utah does a much better job of defending the three ball. I think that's key tonight. Also, the Jazz protect the rim better than anyone else in the MBA. Yonas will have to knock down his shots Jim this season. He hasn't done that. Jazz minus 2.5 tonight, You know, I like the way that sounds actually, Jasmine is 2.5 against the box. Is there anything else in the association on a Friday night? You like I am. I'm gonna go Dallas minus three over the pelicans this season, Dallas has been terrible beyond behind the arc. Only okay. See has been worse, However, their past three games. They're shooting the ball Better. Jim over 40% from long distance. Plus, the pelicans aren't good road dogs and an MBA worst three and seven, coming off a loss against the spread. So I like the MAV is minus the points here, right. So in the NFL regular season, you were almost 63%. Which is a great great number in the postseason. Just over 50%. Have you done the math on the association? How do you generally do in the MBA? I haven't done my all see what? We'll pay better. You like it right now? Yeah, probably not very good last season, but this week, but nobody cares about it. I'm on fire right now. But that doesn't matter until I come on there and say it so We'll see. You did cash a 60 to 1 check. All right, so really quickly Run it down. Burns was what? Plus 2 10 Plus 2 10 yet Utah minus 2.5 Mavs minus three. Correct my Mavs minus three and I also got one more for anybody out there. Want to get up in on some proper action, Jim? I got the bird and over 2.5 I G stories is Valentine's weekend on pimping his product. Um, Bird, I got a better business model for you. And it's quit using yourself as your business model. Dude, stop modeling broke, hire someone to invest in a good looking people around you. And he answered. He wasn't drinking earlier last segment. I think the whole world knows Hawk because you keep putting yourself up on your idea, dude. Word. Why you're not laughing at that. That is like so funny. That's like the funniest thing. He's just sitting there. Dead pan like, Yeah, that's not funny. That's not funny. All right, so the profit is the over under on the number of instagram stories of Hawk pimping. His golf gear is, too, and your advice to him is hiring actual model somebody who's good looking to pimp the gear. The thing about that Go ahead is it's free. He could be his own model and not have to pay for a model. Yeah, but his business partner partners are probably losing margin money after money on that kind of stuff. I mean, there's only gonna be a so much longer before they take the passport from this guy. He's killing the product is Big head James Kelly. If they want to find you and follow you, How do they do so head at big head? That's on Twitter. Boy. James Kelly. Have a great weekend. Thank you. If you wait, I hope you get us paid. Adam, I will allow you to respond. It's only fair. He just said that your partners are gonna rip your password from you. In effect. You're not handsome enough to model the clothing and he put on a proper head the over under.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:55 min | 5 months ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"He is James Kelly. He's got a big head. It seems to me If you have a head like that, you're known for having a big head. You probably shouldn't take a runner to God for having a long neck. What he did. I like quote. I like Mike Glennon because he has a long neck. Which enables him to see coverage is better. On Lee James Kelly. And he started off by complimenting me for that ass chewing that I gave Hawk. Most proud of myself on. We're not having that on the staff. All right, We're gonna come here and we're gonna work hard. And if it's a tough conversation while have it, But we're gonna be a harmonious about this right guys are gonna get along. We have good chemistry. People don't like each other. This guy comes in right away and was Hey, boss. Good job, Good ass chewing on Hawk. Good effort. We're not done yet. My favorite part of the segment is not even James Kelly. No offense had My favorite part is Alvin. With all these drops during the conversation. Is that what you were tripping over today? Or your big head? It's tough, though, Jake a good stuff when we return. Remember some of you said at the top of the hour. Don't screw this up. You had two great hours. Make sure you have a good third hour. Don't screw it up. We haven't and we have one more dominant segment. When we come back. Time now for a sports update here is said Sports Update Specifically here is Chris Lopresti. See me? Yes. Sportswear, Sports flag. All right, Jim, sponsored by progressive insurance drivers who save with progressive, save over $750 on average, Call or click today and find out if we could save you hundreds on your car insurance getting set for the week 14 NFL Sunday. The Panthers today officially doesn't any Christian McCaffrey as doubtful. Their game with the Broncos. He is now bothered by a quad injury after missing the last couple of weeks with a shoulder problem. No Julio Jones for the Falcons again, he'll miss their game against the charge of the lingering hamstring injury. Bucks went out Mike Evans to miss practice Wednesday and Thursday with a hammy issue of his own, did practice and full today. Head coach for Syrian says You should be available Sunday against the Vikings. Elsewhere, Washington ruled out running back Antonio Gibson for their game with the 40 Niners. He's got a toe injury. The Steelers activated center marquees Pouncey from the covert 19 reserve list after missing the last two games. He should be good to go for Sunday night against the Bills. Nets guard Kyrie Irving, responding to a $25,000 fine from the MBA, for refusing to speak to the media, posted to his instagram story today and ended said post with quote. Remove different over here. I do not talk to pawns. My attention is worth more and quote college hoops. 11th rank West Virginia with a 3 P.m. eastern tip against North Texas. I will. Kansas Creighton, Villanova, all in the top 10 all in action this evening, Mrs Crystal pressed extreme CBS sports radio on your iPhone iPad or Android device with a radio dot com after free and the.

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Rippers Left Hand

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:34 min | 5 months ago

Rippers Left Hand

"I'm your host kit crumb. today jack. the ripper left hand. There are certain mysteries stand out and remain known. Answer what happened to amelia earhart. How did panamerican huge flying boat. Hawaii clipper disappeared without a trace. And who was jack. The ripper between august and november eighteen eighty eight. At least six women were murdered in london's white chapel district but it was the gruesome nature the murders that brought about panic and fear in the area for months finally spreading like the plague across london. Where the press picked up on the cereal aspects of the deaths and dubbed the killer. Jack the ripper. There are currently dozens of organizations that debate the evidence surrounding the eighteen eighty eight white chapel murders attributed to jack the ripper. There is speculation that there were two killers. Some experts attribute six victims to jack. The ripper others say eleven the list of suspects exceeds five hundred ranging from royalty to doctors and one jill the ripper as of this writing the number of nonfiction books on jack. The ripper is closing in on two hundred and that's nonfiction without a doubt the most highly publicized rip book to come out in recent years was written by patricia. Cornwell portrait of a killer. Jack the ripper case closed cornwell claims to have found dna evidence linking walter skirt to a small number of ripper letters. Her book rapidly climbed the bestseller list and was the subject of numerous radio and television programs around the world. Cornwell may have found evidence to suggest that walter skirt hoechst one more ripple letters but the fact remains said skirt was in france on the night of at least four of the five ripper murders. He was not jack. The ripper. cornwell use twenty-first-century technology including dna to come up with skirt as jack the ripper. Even though as mentioned he was in france during a number of the murders on the other hand james tully author of the book prisoner eleven. Sixty seven. The mad man. Who was jack. The ripper spent over thirty years investigating the white chapel murders totally poses many questions about criminally insane inmate. James kelly who escaped from broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum and evaded capture for over forty years specifically question. Why prisoner eleven. Sixty seven's government files are still classified and will remain sealed until twenty thirty. That's an interesting secret. Finally no collection of books on the why chapel murders would be complete without the thousand nine hundred ninety five volume jack the ripper. Serial killer this highly research books speculation. Jack the ripper may have been an american. Dr francis tumblety who had a criminal record and both sides of the atlantic and in fact was arrested. Eighteen eighty eight as a suspect in the white chapel murders. Their theory is based on a recent discovery of a letter written by a scotland yard. Inspector authors stuart evans and paul gainey claim that jack the ripper died in nineteen three when tumble tease heart stopped. Shortly after i finish the research for the story. I received a letter with a fingerprint. At the top that the author ledge was taken off one of the letters received by scotland yard and determined to be from the thumb of the left. Hand of jack the ripper. He claimed the original was among the files of broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum prisoner. Eleven sixty seven which would remain sealed until twenty thirty. The letter was signed anonymous and curiously there was no postmark. The letter seemed validate author. James tolleys assertion. That james kelly's files were classified. But if at the time of the murders scotland yard had acquired the killer's fingerprint. Wideout make an arrest if however the print is that of james kelly. Why not say so.

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Jacks left hand

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:34 min | 11 months ago

Jacks left hand

"I'm your host. Kit, crumb. Today. Jack The ripper left hand. There are certain mysteries. Stand out and remain known answer. What happened to Amelia Earhart? How did Panamerican huge flying? Boat Hawaii Clipper disappeared without a trace and who was jack the ripper. Between August and November eighteen, eighty eight, at least six women were murdered in London's White Chapel district. But it was the gruesome nature, the murders that brought about panic and fear in the area for months finally spreading like the plague across London where the press picked up on the cereal, aspects of the deaths and dubbed the killer Jack The ripper. There are currently dozens of organizations that debate evidence surrounding the eighteen eighty eight white chapel murders attributed to Jack. The, ripper. There is speculation that there were two killers. Some experts attribute six victims to Jack The ripper. Others say eleven. The list of suspects exceeds five hundred ranging from royalty to doctors and one jill the ripper. As of this writing the number of nonfiction books on Jack, The ripper is closing in on two hundred and that's nonfiction. Without a doubt, the most highly publicized rip book to Come Out in recent years was written by Patricia Cornwell portrait of a killer Jack The ripper case closed. Cornwell claims to have found DNA evidence linking Walter Skirt to a small number of ripper letters. Her book rapidly climbed the Bestseller List and was the subject of numerous radio and television programs around the World Cornwell may have found evidence to suggest that Walter Skirt hoechst one more ripple letters, but the fact remains said skirt was in France on the night of at least four of the five ripper murders was not jack the ripper cornwell use twenty-first-century technology, including DNA to come up with skirt as Jack. Jack The ripper even though as mentioned. He was in France during a number of the murders on the other hand. James Tully author of the Book Prisoner Eleven Sixty, seven, the mad man who was Jack The ripper spent over thirty years, investigating the white chapel murders totally poses many questions about criminally insane inmate James Kelly who escaped from Broadmoor criminal lunatic asylum and evaded capture for over forty years. Specifically question why prisoner eleven sixty seven's government files are still classified and will remain sealed until twenty thirty. That's an interesting secret. Finally no collection of books on the why chapel murders would be complete without the nineteen hundred ninety volume Jack The ripper, first American serial killer. This highly research books speculation Jack The ripper may have been an American doctor Francis Tumblety who had a criminal record, and both sides of the Atlantic, and in fact was arrested eighteen, eighty, eight as a suspect in the white chapel murders. Their, theory is based on a recent discovery of a letter written by a Scotland Yard inspector. Authors Stuart Evans Paul. Gainey claim that Jack The ripper died in nineteen three, when tumble tease heart stopped shortly after I finish the research for the story, I received a letter with a fingerprint at the top that the author Ledge was taken off one of the letters received by Scotland Yard and determined to be from the thumb of the left hand of Jack the, ripper, he claimed the original was among the files of Broadmoor, criminal lunatic asylum prisoner eleven sixty seven, which would remain sealed until twenty thirty. The letter was signed anonymous, and curiously there was no postmark. The letter seemed validate author James. tolleys assertion that James Kelly's files were classified. But if at the time of the murders Scotland Yard had acquired the killer's fingerprint wind up, make an arrest. If however the print is that of James. Kelly was not say so.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Is back in Charlie all talk hype speculation and will eventually implode I can't wait to see these blowhard start one in four let everybody down and finished five eleven I'd rather bet on Enron stock then the Browns DiMaggio in Albuquerque tomorrow is fine me just say this if you're gonna come at me that hard all of you when I'm right wait for the blowback and you know me I'm not and I told you so kind of guy like the rest you are I'm classy man I'm humble I'm dignified I'm I'm literally awesome ask me James Kelly hearing how I know I just got a note and it sounded like this over eight hours I hate that I hate that I don't care how weird this year is I don't care date there is no meaning and doing virtual calls and they have to install a new offense and it's unusual time yeah I know all this I know all this over baby over I'm taking the over all day long his question about you big head would you like over under according James Kelly now they don't take my word for it take from James Kelly it's got a lot of Intel and a lot of data in that gigantic CAD quote over all day me too brother the short time out get up in here listen and not doing this for a fact either like I laid that out logically rationally and with fax.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Like James Kelly do his gambling segment as he is apt to do on Friday and he's engineering for you who's gonna run the board if he's in studio with me or do you could he run the board can he walk and chew gum at the same time could he do a segment with me while running the board alley you just take care it could do it you know let it run the board hi Dan jump off that bridge tomorrow this guy like I said these are troubling times and there are no rules like this guy this guy's already terrible email or but for some reason thought he could parlay that into becoming an even worse caller or who knows maybe we get a calling you know the name G. often Lincoln right infamous email or the program he wants to take a shot a calling let's find out G. off in like in what's up yeah what what up her brother going good how bout you is this really you good I sat through email okay and I haven't heard from I want to tell you I know these are tough times so I just wanna let you know that my name's actually Jeff not G. R. he's been mispronouncing it for quite awhile the one that not a very G. R. I appreciate you calling in trying to set me straight and I'm not saying that I'm always right because I'm not in fact I'm often wrong and when I am wrong my only I am accountable for it and I'm responsible for it which is one of the very basic premises of this entire show it's okay to be wrong it's okay to screw something up just phone it be accountable be responsible apologize mean it and we keep moving in your case G. off it's none of those things did you just call me up and say Rome my name is not G. off it's Jeff I want to correct you that Ryan as Ryan it's not Jeff it's G. off that Ryan is right now I know that she off as I'm looking at the way your name is spelled G. E. O. F. F. among his fellow time on this in turn this into a big thing or a big bit your name is G. off obviously I'm reading it the way it's spelled if your name was Jeff will be spelled J. E. F. F. G. R. what do you say you take it up to your parents and not me another one named U. G. off take it up with Monpa come on man come on man I don't spell my name J. I O. M. E. G. off my name is Jim not G. O. G. R. come on man when I say open phones it's not for you to try to correct me on the pronunciation of your name I know how to pronounce your name even if you don't come on she often do better do better she off step your game up you take that up with your parents they named you not me G. off you know this you should when we come back Tony Jefferson joins me that's coming up next a junior in the jungle I am GM up wrong stay tuned texting roles you want a reoccurring automated text messages message and data rates may apply come on one more rep you got this there it is nice work in Europe thanks man I feel better than I have in years and I gotta tell.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The president present outside him up I wasn't never semi James Kelly James Kelly just alerted me quote bagel Landry fan made me money disagree with Charles James the second Dan James how much money did you make the you can just laugh at a guy like that he's hurt the only thing funnier than Charles James the second saying get Landry Jones the bleep out here is James Kelly the first continuing to make money on the XFL at ten one forty four eighty eight tweets throwing a flag back at an official the second call as a Bronto threw an umpire out of the game pretty good not as good a pretty good pretty good my D. for three quote throwing flags back at the rest is a power move thanks some people rip up tickets in front of cops not bad thank you miss my point my point is if the highlight of that game what is either a guy throwing a flight back to RAF or another guy after bombing the opt opposing quarterbacks you know you got a problem you're not talking about football we talk about everything except football regarding a football league Iran lebron being nice design on just means he's weak and the Sox signed an old fuddy Duddy who called in and said to quote run his **** down run down that was Bob in LA's response if I'm not mistaken to the notion of load management he wasn't having that like no that's not we pay for we pay top dollar for tickets to see superstars play I'm not about that life I'm not about load management quote run his **** down run down in Bab you know why lebron is playing at an MVP level thirty five with all those miles on him because they didn't run his **** down run him every single game every single game run his **** down that's in line take right there I want to hear the end of that I'm like laughing at the guy great idea Bob with steak one of the greatest players ever maybe the greatest player ever at thirty five there we need fresh and rejuvenated and healthy for the postseason well let's run his **** down that way you'll have nothing left when the playoffs start running it is down Iran if Landry Jones is the face of the XFL I hate to see the bar hole of the XFL my whole side Steve Smith senior Steve reading email I did not say that I did not say that I like Steve Smith so much I respect him so much I like to think that Steve likes me and respect me I don't need it some idiot running it back to him that I said that because I did not I would never do it that is an email to the program so man if any of you in any walk of life is brave enough to disrespect Steve Smith again that's a you problem for similar reasons for some of my favorite athletes ever now play favorites when we come back Matt nor lander one of my favorite.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg businessweek James Kelly from Bloomberg radio everyone is like in online there's a whole really speak to that dissension need it is the most powerful car in the U. S. you get that beautiful interior the iconic designs very chic impossible for you to come get some just gonna say it one of my favorite stories in the magazine this week it also was one of the most read on the Bloomberg scaling Mount Everest in Vermont wait what well we're gonna get into an interest melon he wrote it he did it here to tell us about him in New York City hello how are you all right how do you get an idea like this how do you get the idea to even think about this it kind of came across my desk and I thought it sounded a bit too weird and funny to pass up an opportunity to check it out because I had the same reaction climbing Mount Everest in Vermont what's going on here and the guy who's behind all this is named Jesse at slur well known in some circles he most famously in some ways are most publicly literally had a navy seal move into his house and then read a book about a New York times bestseller this is a pretty accomplished guy very much so he said zero entrepreneur he was a rapper early in his career then he founded a private company that Berkshire Hathaway bought in about a decade ago and since then he's been in a master he's helped build and sell a couple of companies and now he is a life coach down essentially let runs a life coaching program and this ever sting challenged as part of that all right to take is to Vermont wait what's entailed here first all cost four thousand dollars it does it does so it's it's a pretty penny just to go on a really long hike of the scale really long series of hikes in in in many ways all right so your arrive and you sort of show up is like I'm a reporter I'm just gonna serve a chat with people but you're also a very accomplished athlete in and out of your own right so you get sucked in I did the I I showed up in in the Stratton mountain in Vermont where this event took place in October which essentially entails that you hike up the ski slope it's about damn ski slope and then you take the gauntlet down and then repeat that sixteen times seventeen times in total and then by that time the altitude that you've gained equals Mount Everest so you've effectively climb Mount Everest but without the oxygen tanks and right twenty nine thousand feet yeah a little over why what what why do people do this that's what I asked dozens of them out there on the course there were about two hundred of us that did this over thirty six hours everybody had a slightly different answer some people were there because they're you know many were mid career and kind of felt a bit of a life crisis but many just simply said that you know I'm very complex professionally and I have I like my life the way it is but you know I don't really have these things when I get out and really test my limits physically so you almost one guy told me that you know we almost have to manufacture these insanely hard things for yourself and I think they short in you right and I mean and this is of the moment in many ways and you and I spent a lot of time off here talking about our in various pursuits in this regard you're very accomplished swimmer runner all of these different things what was it like for you physically you're in unbelievable shape this is still pretty hard I used to be in good shape but I was still swimmer but that was years ago but I showed up there hadn't really planned on doing the whole thing I figured I would scale two three times with them and just get the feel for it then I showed up and realize that I was out of two hundred participants I was pretty much the youngest person there and then felt compelled to and you know this is never quite leave you know it is yeah a little late so I was very under prepared in terms of equipment it had rained and it was windy and cold and I was wearing running here and and just a couple of sweaters and a beanie but it's got a hold of a couple of ski poles and then decided that you know let's try it and all tremendous an old tribes and your incidents are a bit different than you know even a marathon where you know that it's our scrying on you after awhile yeah this it takes about roughly an hour an hour plus for the average person to scale the mountain once and then you did a seventeen times which means that it's a lot of time that you spend on your feet so it's this low intensity exhaustion that that builds up it just kind of it wears you down yeah the time was sort of strips away everything right and that's part of the reason that people do it is we've all got all these things going on in our minds we got all these plans all these feelings and emotions and and what not and there's really nothing in front of you except the mountain and the next step and the next afternoon except the part of the appeal after a while it gets hard to really think about anything else but just one foot in front of the other because you are just you get so exhausted and and but you still got to keep going and it's not a race or is it no like many endurance events this is finishing yeah I was the goal and everybody finishes at their pace and completed at their own pace and in their own way so the the which also brings out a very supportive or creates a very supportive environment right on the course because you're not competing with other people it's about finishing and then everybody can rally around that and support each other and that's reporter enters at Mel and an incredible athlete and and his you heard couldn't help himself once he got a chance to Everest you're listening to bluebird Bisley coming up a conversation with Michael Ainsley he's the former chairman of Leeman brothers tune in for that this is what where in the world is the financial news you need do you think that the bank of England will actually follow through where is the business and market information the drive your success this game of chicken is going to end and where will you find information on political events around the globe is this going.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg businessweek with James Kelly from Bloomberg radio everyone is like in online there's a whole really speak to that descend from the car in the U. S. full interior the iconic designs very chic impossible for you to come get some just gonna say it one of my favorite stories in the magazine this week it also was one of the most read on the Bloomberg scaling Mount Everest in Vermont wait what well we're gonna get into an interest melon he wrote it he did it here to tell us about him in New York City hello how are you all right how do you get an idea like this how do you get the idea to even think about this it kind of came across my desk and I thought it sounded a bit too weird and funny to pass up an opportunity to check it out because I had the same reaction climbing Mount Everest in Vermont what's going on here and the guy who's behind all this is named Jesse at slur well known in some circles he most famously in some ways are most publicly literally had a navy seal move into his house and then read a book about a New York times bestseller does a pretty accomplished guy very much so he said zero entrepreneur he was a rapper early in his career then he founded a private company that Berkshire Hathaway bought in about a decade ago and since then he's been in a master he's helped build and sell a couple of companies and now he is a life coach down essentially let runs a life coaching program and this ever sting challenged as part of that all right to take is to Vermont what what's entailed here first all cost four thousand dollars it does it does so it's it's a pretty penny just to go on a really long hike of the scale really long series of hikes in in in many ways all right so your arrive and you sort of show up as like I'm a reporter I'm just gonna serve a chat with people but you're also a very accomplished athlete in and out of your own right so you get sucked in I did the I I showed up in in the Stratton mountain in Vermont where this event took place in October which essentially entails that you hike up the ski slope it's about damn ski slope and then you take the gauntlet down and then repeat that sixteen times seventeen times in total and then by that time the altitude that you've gained equals Mount Everest so you've effectively climb Mount Everest but without the oxygen tanks and right twenty nine thousand feet yeah a little over yeah why what what why do people do this that's what I asked dozens of them out there on the course there were about two hundred of us that did this over thirty six hours everybody had a slightly different answer some people were there because they're you know many were mid career and kind of felt a bit of a life crisis but many just simply said that you know I'm very complex professionally and I have I like my life the way it is but you know I don't really have these things when I get out and really test my limits physically so you almost one guy told me that you know we almost have to manufacture these insanely hard things for yourself and I think they short in you right and I mean and this is of the moment in many ways new and I spent a lot of time off they're talking about our various pursuits in this regard you're very accomplished swimmer runner all of these different things what was it like for you physically you're in unbelievable shape this is still pretty hard I used to be in good shape but I was still swimmer but that was years ago but I showed up there hadn't really planned on doing the whole thing I figured I would scale two three times with them and just get the feel for it then I showed up and realize that I was out of two hundred participants I was pretty much the youngest person there and then felt compelled to and you know this is Janice is never quite leave you know it is yeah a little late so I was very under prepared in terms of equipment it had rained and it was windy and cold and I was wearing running here and and just a couple of sweaters and a beanie got a hold of a couple of ski poles son and decided that you know let's Reid and all tremendous an old tried injure incidents are a bit different than you know even a marathon where you know that it's our scrying on you after awhile yeah this it takes about roughly an hour an hour plus for the average person to scale the mountain once and then you do the seventeen times which means that it's a lot of time that you spend on your feet so it's this low intensity exhaustion that that builds up it just kind of it wears you down yeah time was sort of strips away everything right and that's part of the reason that people do it is we've all got all these things going on in our minds it got all these plans all these feelings and emotions and and what not and there's really nothing in front of you except the mountain and the next step and the next step in an accepted part of the appeal yeah after a while it gets hard to really think about anything else but just one foot in front of the other because you are just you get so exhausted and and but you still got to keep going and it's not a race or is it no like many endurance events this is finishing yeah I was the goal and everybody finishes at their pace and completed at their own pace and in their own way so the the which also brings out a very supportive or creates a very supportive environment right on the course because you're not competing with other people it's about finishing and then everybody can rally around that and support each other and that's reporter enters at Mel and an incredible athlete and as you heard couldn't help himself when.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg businessweek James Kelly from Bloomberg radio is like in the time lines as a whole really speak to that distance from the car in the US the iconic designs very chic impossible for you to come get some just gonna say it one of my favorite stories in the magazine this week it also was one of the most read on the Bloomberg scaling Mount Everest in Vermont wait what well we're gonna get into an interest melon he wrote it he did it here to tell us about in New York City hello how are you all right how do you get an idea like this how do you get the idea to even think about this it kind of came across my desk and I thought it sounded a bit too weird and funny to pass up an opportunity to check it out because I had the same reaction climbing Mount Everest in Vermont what's going on here and the guy who's behind all this is named Jesse it's slur well known in some circles he most famously in some ways are most publicly literally had a navy seal move into his house and then read a book about a New York times bestseller this is a pretty accomplished guy very much so he said zero entrepreneur he was a rapper early in his career then he founded a private company that Berkshire Hathaway bought in about a decade ago and since then he's been in a master he's helped build and sell a couple of companies and now he is a life coach essentially let runs a life coaching program and this ever sting challenge is part of that all right to take is to Vermont wait what's entailed here first all cost four thousand dollars it does it does so it's it's a pretty penny just to go in a really long hike up of the scale really long series of hikes in in in many ways all right so you arrive and you sort of show up as like I'm a reporter I'm just gonna serve a chat with people but you're also a very accomplished athlete in and out of your own right so you get sucked in I did the I by showing up in in Stratton mountain in Vermont where this event took place in October which essentially entails that you hike up the ski slope it's about time ski slope and then you take the gauntlet down and then repeat that sixteen times seventeen times in total and then by that time the altitude that you've gained equals Mount Everest so you've effectively climb Mount Everest but without the oxygen tanks and right twenty nine thousand feet yeah a little over yeah why what what why do people do this that's what I asked dozens of them out there on the course there were about two hundred of us that did this over thirty six hours everybody had a slightly different answer some people were there because they're you know many were mid career and kind of felt a bit of a life crisis but many just simply said that you know I'm very complex professionally and I have I like my life the way it is but you know I don't really have these things when I get out and really test my limits physically so you almost one guy told me that you know we almost have to manufacture these insanely hard things for yourself and I think they short in you right and I mean and this is of the moment in many ways new and I spent a lot of time off they're talking about our various pursuits in this regard you're very accomplished swimmer runner all of these different things what was it like for you physically you're in unbelievable shape this is still pretty hard I used to be in good shape but I was still swimmer but that was years ago but I showed up there hadn't really planned on doing the whole thing I figured I would scale two three times with them and just get the feel for it then I showed up and realize that I was out of two hundred participants I was pretty much the youngest person there and then felt compelled to and you know this is never quite leave you know it is yeah absolutely so I'm I was very under prepared in terms of equipment it had rained and it was windy and cold and I was wearing running here and and just a couple of sweaters and a beanie button got a hold of a couple of ski poles son and decided that you know let's try Reid and old friend and an old trident endurance events are a bit different than you know even a marathon where you know that it's our screening on you after awhile yeah this it takes about roughly an hour an hour plus for the average person to scale the mountain once and then you do the seventeen times which means that it's a lot of time that you spend on your feet so it's this low intensity exhaustion that that builds up it it just kind of it wears you down yeah time what sort of strips away everything right and that's part of the reason that people do it is we've all got all these things going on in our minds we got all these plans all these feelings and emotions and and what not and there's really nothing in front of you except the mountain and the next step and the next afternoon except that's part of the appeal yeah after a while it gets hard to really think about anything else but just one foot in front of the other because you are just you get so exhausted and and but you still got to keep going and it's not a race or is it no like many endurance events this is finishing yeah that's the goal and everybody finishes at their pace and completed at their own pace and in their own way so the the which also brings out a very supportive or creates a very supportive environment right on the course because you're not competing with other people it's about finishing and then everybody can rally around that and support each other and that's reporter enters at Mel and an incredible athlete and and his you heard couldn't help.

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"james kelly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"james kelly" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"It right for less start with low one sixty one fifteen US only your in charge of hiring and indeed has solutions like online skills test which led a candidate show that they're the right hire indeed will also give you the sticky frog which will suddenly lose and stick to the face of a perfect higher yeah okay there's no sticky frog but skills tests that's for sure see why independent research by Silk Road chose indeed delivers three times more higher than any other job site post your next job is indeed dot com slash higher in try skills test for free terms and conditions apply the following statement from a paparazzi who claims to have witnessed whose reality TV house party all right so here's some Bravo drama I catch Melissa Gorder going from our hotel to this party in Beverly hills in the first thing I see when I get there is Jack's Taylor leaving they say got into some argument with captain Lee over a social media feud or could be for James Kelly whatever I got the shot reality or not we'll never know what we do know who has reality TV start your free trial today learn more at Hulu dot com hi it's Jamie progresses number one number two employee leave a message at that Hey Jamie it's me Jamie this is your daily pep talk I know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your archipelagos Matt harmony but you will bounce back I mean you're the guy always helping people find coverage options with the name your price tool it should be you given me the pep talk now get out there hit that high note and take Matt harmony all the way to nationals this sorry he was a casualty insurance company affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law an interesting.

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"james kelly" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

The Ziglar Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"james kelly" Discussed on The Ziglar Show

"Okay. Folks here then I bring you Dr James Kelly and his message from the crucibles gift. I will James I have been doing my homework on you. And you are an interesting individual. I'll have to say that. And right now, I'm talking to you. Yeah. I'll tell you like across the world where are you right now. I'm just outside Dubai and a town called a lane. It's about six hundred thousand people and United Arab Emirates. Okay. It's what's the story. You had to tell us that you got four kids in in your guy from Portland, Oregon. What are you doing there? So about two years ago now two and a half three years ago. I had a quasi failure in an opportunity at the same time. And so the opportunity was come on to the Middle East and teach at a university out here. The failure is that I didn't get tenure at my last my last institution. So, you know, looking at taking lemon and eliminate so to speak. I had a friend out here and just said gave me the kind of spiel and what it's about and. What it's like. And I kind of thought, you know, it's really important for me. At least the my kids have a sense of the world. In we end up sometimes with our children, insulated him out of a good place. And they're super insulated here by all means don't get me wrong. But I wanted to be in school where they have kids from the UK from Pakistan, India Emirati Irish South Africans. They're in this school full of people all over the world..

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"james kelly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"james kelly" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Eight inches of rain in some spots short in a short amount of time Lynn and Peabody have been especially hard hit, that we don't have rain moving through the Boston area up. From the south, but that. Is expected to be not as heavy in nature It's dueling protests in the nation's Capital One year after. Deadly violence broke out in Charlottesville Virginia so far things have remained relatively calm as security, is extremely tight and the two, sides are being kept apart by police WBZ news time five. Nineteen the World War One. Memorial on, top of the highest peak in Massachusetts has earned national recognition the veterans war memorial tower on mount Grayhawk has been honored by the one hundred cities one hundred memorials program and it's run jointly by the Pritzker military museum and library in Chicago the. Museums chairwoman was on hand at the ceremony at the peak to present a plaque noting towers inclusion on. The list more back and forth between. The White House and special counsel Robert Muller's investigation presidential attorney rudely Juliet Rudy Giuliani was on CNN state of the union, outlining what he claims President Trump did and did not say Then FBI director James Kelly Giuliani says the president never asked me to drop an investigation. Into former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his, ties with Russia I am talking about rural I'm, saying, the conversation, never took place but if it did take place and, here's the conversation that's alleged it is not legal to have said that, Mr. Trump eventually fired Komi from the FBI director post Komi leaked his personal notes and memos on interactions. With the president that concerned him which led to the special counsel investigation a Stoughton man, found a loose boa, constrictor not once but twice this weekend WBZ's Charlie Sherman has that Joe. Read spotted the giant snake Friday night when he went to throw trash that on Saturday, the boa constrictor popped up on, the roof of his car this time he called police who. Brought the animal control officer. The snake. Which can reach between three feet and thirteen feet in length is in the care of animal control and if If no one claims it they, can keep it and take it on. Tours to show it to. Young children I'm Charlie Sherman WBZ NewsRadio, ten thirty WBZ news time five twenty one state police in Springfield got a call this morning that a dog was seen running up and down route two ninety one and sure enough a trooper spotted a Doberman puppy running in the left lane near, exit five the Doberman came to a. Stop when the trooper called but then took off help. Arrived and troopers were. Able to slow traffic down while they tried to corral the rambunctious the rambunctious pup a fast thinking trooper through a stuffed, animal to the dog who stopped grab it then the truck. Then the trooper commended sit and the dog did at that point troopers, were able to get the dog in the cruiser and return at home to its grateful owners who. Live nearby Singer John Mayer is Beverly Hills area home was robbed and ransacked this weekend. Police say the thief came in through a bedroom window and took some pricey items including music equipment watches and other stuff worth, about two hundred grand mayor joins a list of celebrity burglary victims. In the last year that include Atlantis Morissette Emily Ross, David Spade and former Lakers Dirk Fisher and Byron Scott's breaking news route one from danvers all the way to the, Tobin bridge MS, this morning traffic and weather together worked for overnight there's a significantly rough road surface. Causing all these, vehicles to slow down, almost come to a stop the Newswatch never stops as.

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Rape accuser was in a relationship with Weinstein, lawyers say

Today

06:00 min | 2 years ago

Rape accuser was in a relationship with Weinstein, lawyers say

"Burnt BBC news is read by Diana speed leading NHS heart surgery unit says, it's taking swift action after a leaked report, concluded that toxic relationships between rival surgeons could have contributed to patient deaths since George hospital cardiac unit in south London commissioned the external review. Last April after an alert over low than expected survival rates. It is stressed that the safety of patients is its number one priority teaches under reports. The review was written by a former any tests, England, deputy medical director. Mike Buick in response to above average mortality rates at the hospital. It is internal scrutiny as inadequate and said, the department was split between two camps exhibiting tribal like activity. The review concludes that the whole team shared responsibility for its failure. A spokesman for Saint George's hospital said it happy made very clear to sergeants at that unit that the behavior described by professor Buick simply could not continue. Sergeants from a separate hospital are. Being bought in next week to provide leadership support and the. Spokesman said the cardiac surgery service was safe but it was very clear that major and. Urgent improvements were required a report commissioned by the, United, Nations Security council. Says North Korea has not stopped its nuclear and missile programs the. Study by an expert panel said the regime, was continuing to flout UN sanctions renting the latest batch ineffective. Diplomats in Pyongyang haven't yet responded to the allegations within the pasta. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and the north Korean Foreign Minister re young ho have shaken hands at the association of southeast Asian nations in Singapore Mr.. Pompeo told the, summit it was important to maintain pressure on the North Koreans. As charisma vast one reports from Singapore Mike Pompeo acknowledged the process to denuclearize North Korea, would take some time but he said the timeline. For denuclearization would be set in part by the north and that it was up to leader Kim Jong. UN to decide when that would be until then Mr., Pompeo said economic sanctions on the regime would remain he reminded his. Counterparts at the summit that getting Pyongyang. To give up, its nuclear weapons was not just an American goal and. Emphasized the importance of maintaining the diplomatic, and economic pressure on the north by in forcing sanctions Mr. Pompeo said North Korea was, behaving in a manner inconsistent with Kim Jong UN's, commitment to denuclearize councils have, called on, the governments to consider. Banning Lew grade plastics used many food containers because they can't be recycled the local government associate Of England Wales said two-thirds of Pont's tubs and trays ended. Up in, landfill sites so incinerators say they're working. With industry improve recycling rates key three God from the trade body representing UK plastics manufacturers believes financial incentives are the only way to drive progress at the moment there's no fiscal or monetary system in the UK that makes. These owners go, for the really good to recycle designs on those who make. Packs which are less easy to recycle to me they should be paying more money into, the system that would create a driver to drive. People towards good practice The him secretary Sergio Javid has promised to do more to. Combat forced marriages and support victims Mr., Javid was responding, to an, investigation by the times newspaper into the numbers of people trying to prevent their foreign spouses from getting visas to come to. The UK his political correspondent Suzanne Mendonca such Javid said forced marriage was an uncivilised practice that had no place in British society writing on Twitter, he said they he forced British. Women into, marriage should be warned that the home office was redoubling its efforts to make sure they pay for their crimes His comments come off the data obtained by the times newspaper reveal that officials with nearly ninety cases. Of women trying to block visas last year they said they'd been forced to marry men in. Countries including Pakistan India Bangladesh and the United Arab Emirates but in almost half the cases visas were still issued, charities of warm that women. And girls are being forced to live with, abusive partners as a result of home office decisions a home office saw said. Mr. Javid was looking into what more he could do to protect honorable people from forced marriage the Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein is attempting to have the criminal charges against him dismissed his lawyers, claim undisclosed evidence, shows at one of his accusers was in a long-term consensual relationship with. Him Chris Butler. Reports a grand, jury in New York decided Harvey, Weinstein should be tried on a series of charges including sexual assault and rape but his lawyers claim that There was a series of feelings in the way the case on the evidence was presented they say the district attorney's office didn't give adequate notice but it was. Presenting more serious charges the statute. Of limitations had passed in relation to one of the alleged offenses and the dozens of. Emails were intentionally kept from the grunge jurors the defense team says they show Mr. Weinstein was involved. In a consensual intimate relationship with one of his accusers long after she says he ripped her. The New York district attorney declined to make any comment on the attempt to get the kiss dismissed but Mr., Weinstein is due to appear, in court again next month The food manufacturer MAs has, withdrawn its advertising from YouTube after one of its sweets was shown. Alongside controversial music videos linked to violence in London MAs says it would not use the platform until appropriate safeguards were in place YouTube said it didn't. Want to be used to incite violence and was working with the police as James Kelly reports the. So-called drill rap videos have been linked.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Delivers outstanding levels of performance castrol edge that's strong motor oil as good as that was and that was great could you imagine if i dig into the hall of fame and i had to make good on all those demands that was just one of seven what if i would have rolled that into a sit down conversation with my son rogin loam and then spun that into nigerian resets during a self gloss friday it would have been the most amazing day internet itself that was good enough itself that was very very good but imagine if i'd gotten into the hall of fame and i had to pay back all those demands the flight deck into rogin lome into nausea into self gloss friday man what could have been what could have been maybe next year if i get on the ballot again we'll see in the meantime you can't take that from him or us that was fun james kelly like a boss rolling with it like a boss so glad he read those things when we return how much of that is gonna make alvin week that was we'll find out once again get getaway friday for me i'm off on monday tuesday everybody's off on wednesday and then i'm back on thursday which means you're losing your losing days leading up to the smack off you're running out of opportunities to qualify for the smack off i give the guest hosts a lot about tawny not enough economy to give way to go and take it they cannot do that when i'm not here you have to keep that in mind all right short time out here's the sports update for you rich ackerman has this one.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Seething i've got it bad for thoroughbred racing you're not down you don't think that's cool you know with it i get it but the only person who enjoyed that conversation or that aspect of that conversation more than me with james kelly james kelly's get a serious jones for the ponies he was all about it i wouldn't be surprised if james kelly went to the facebook page and just put all the bobby hurley reaction bobby hurley takes on thoroughbreds man james kelly loves that stuff loves it something a lot of you don't love though is tim in houston going on and on last hour about how great it was he was on the golf course remember he had the luxury wrenches going clicky clack in his car this email says what the hell is tim in houston bragging about there's is four days out of the year where we have perfect weather the rest of the time it's a freaking sauna and why is he freaking out about sirius radio you're on six fifty am in houston greg in huston so one of his own clapping back like i said the guys living his best life it's thursday he's on his way to the course he found the show on satellite the weather is perfect he felt good about him all right something else going on this goes back to yesterday let me just reset this very very quickly because the fact of the matter is even with the draft coming up even with the sweet sixteen even when lebron going lebron again last night the biggest topic on this show often is the show itself the clones and then you've got this show running simultaneous with this show or simultaneously with this show online there's lots of different things going on yesterday this gal lauren called lauren from naples and her phone call jumped today people resetting this call i'm not gonna play instant insincerity but people were talking about this call loren loren ingraham you how are you.

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"james kelly" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"james kelly" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Fight me hop what do you do next where is there to go from here see the reaction and more to know maj tweets my word hawk that outfit have you given up we jim ben the oldest of the old school james kelly like twenty years before james kelly patten pen might have been the first unofficial i wanna say employ the program because that's not true but him he was ben was james kelly before james kelly stock number before stock not that was here almost from day one he tweets build pella check on a beach thinks that's a bad luck at poets he wall tweeting about hawk quote hawk helped me out here how would you describe your style seems like it's one of those intentional counter coach role don't be style things but that's just my guess please advise thanks hinted that exceed one forty that looks like that exceed one forty i'm not saying what he says natural hey stay on that y'all stay on that y'all count that up for me i looks a long at total biggie tweets you should let the wife address you from now on page in hatch together house looking like that it go ahead would ever see for yourself hawk i know nothing good what's up jim how're you stop asking me things like that would have to say for yourself will first off we got an early start because it was huntington beach to santa monica address in the doors you have no idea where you're wearing no i knew what i was wearing but my wife was asleep so she didn't know let us know area for i and gulf is this weird sport where the spectators dress his word is you're making it hawk that's true but they dress.

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