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AP News Radio
Pope Francis leaves hospital; 'Still alive,' he quips
"Francis has been discharged from a hospital in Rome after being treated for bronchitis. As he left the hospital, he was greeted with a wave of camera clicks as Janice asked how he was feeling. I'm still alive, he quipped, the 86 year old pontiff was hospitalized at gemelli polyclinic after he experienced breathing difficulties following his weekly public audience and Saint Peter's square. It was confirmed that he received antibiotics, administered intravenously during his stay when asked by reporters what was wrong, Francis replied. I don't understand. The Vatican also released his upcoming holy week schedule in a sign that his health has improved. He would attend a palm Sunday mass in Saint Peter's square and an outdoor Easter mass on April 9th. I'm Karen Chammas
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie Welcomes Michael Walsh, Editor of 'Against the Great Reset'
"Joining us now is Michael Walsh, author of against the great reset, 18 theses contra the new world order with contributions from Victor Davis Hanson Douglas Murray, roger Kimball, Angelo codo villa May he rest in peace. James poulos, Conrad black, Michael Anton, David Goldman, Janice, John tyranny, Harry Stein, and more and edited by Matt Walsh. That's a really great list. My goodness. Michael Walsh, welcome to the program. Hey, thanks, Charlie. Good to see you again. Yeah, you too. Tell us about your book. Well, it's not edited by Matt Walsh. She said it by Michael balls. I have a problem being confused. I'm sorry. I say it so often, so I apologize. I know you do. My young colleague, the idea behind the book is a direct attack on the great reset. And I know Charlie, you've talked about it a lot and many of our colleagues and conservative movement have talked about it. But very briefly, it's an idea that arose at the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland. It's been kicking around for some years now and generally on the left. It's been dismissed by our ideological opponents as a conspiracy theory. And yet the World Economic Forum under the direction of Klaus Schwab is quite open about their ambition for the world, which is to put it in a nutshell, you will own nothing and be happy. So as we said, as I say, the introduction to this book, this is our salvo opening salvo against Davos against the great reset against Schwab against their plutocrats who would keep all of us to basically confined to high rise buildings, driving electric cars, whether if they allow you to have them, and of course eating bugs instead of beef because after all, cows are killing the planet.
The Community Cats Podcast
"janice" Discussed on The Community Cats Podcast
"When I come home and I see them right away, that's all it takes, it's kind of ironic in my town house. I had envisioned I'd spend most of my time on the first floor. I've got my books down there. I've got my modem down there, and I was thinking, well, this will be my workstation. And then I'll come upstairs and then be with my family. That's not how it works. All I have to do is be home and my big one, mister big stuff, who's 26 pounds, jumps over the fence, run downstairs to meet me, and he starts to body slam into the door. He knows I'm there. And he's desperate to be with me. He wants to be with me. He loves me, even when I'm just going downstairs to check on the laundry. You're still jump the fence. And you'll still want to be with me. That's just knocks everything else out. Everything else that you thought was important. It's not important anymore. Now all of a sudden you see these beautiful creatures who love you unconditionally and who want nothing more than for you to hold them. I love I love each of them in a very special way. Harley is a very big cat and I pick him up and dance with him and that's what he wants. He puts his paws on my shoulders and I start dancing. I got me a cat. He's as big as a whale. He sits about 40 and he's ready to sail. He loves that. And I love it with him. One of the things that when we were talking before starting, you had also mentioned that the daytimer, your calendar, and in that calendar, you had mentioned the importance of, you know, if somebody found this and I'm incapacitated, this is my cat, my cat has the situation. There are so many situations where microchipping our cats were putting collars on our cats with ID tags. All of this other stuff, but honestly, Janice, you're the first person that I've
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Janice Dean: Hurricane Ian Might Be One of the Most Devastating
"Fox News senior meteorologist Janice dean joining us. I'm really, really alarmed by this reaching almost category 5. I guess category 5, the threshold is a 157 mph winds. And right now, as Ian is nearing a Florida landfall, it's at a 155 miles an hour, Janice, that's like, it's almost like a massive tornado, isn't it? Yeah, I mean, you're right. It is. It doesn't even matter about the category, Mike. It can be a strong four or 5. It doesn't matter. The results are going to be exactly the same. And that is complete inundation like a bulldoze of a wall of water coming over these vulnerable coastlines. And that's really the scary part of it. And then the slow movement of the storm, you know, we're expecting a landfall later this afternoon, but then it's going to slow down. So it's going to bring inches of rain and when you're talking about 20 foot storm surge and then the high tide and the waves on top of that, it's just it's unimaginable. And so that's why I'm so concerned. I've covered a lot of hurricanes. This one might be one of the most devastating.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Janice Dean: Worst Case Scenarios for Hurricane Ian
"The worst case scenario for Southwest Florida. I will say folks in Tampa Bay, you know, they're not out of the Woods just yet, but the worst of the storm surge, which is the most deadly part of a hurricane, is really going to be between Fort Myers and Sarasota and we could see upwards of 18 feet of storm surge and obviously if you live along the coast, that's going to put homes underwater. And the category of the storm and we're almost a category 5, but it's not even relevant right now when you're talking about a storm surge of 12 to 18, even 20 feet. And then we have high tide that's moving in in the late afternoon. We're expecting the worst of the hurricane force waves and winds and surge and heavy rainfall. It really, you know, Charlie went through this area in 2004, hurricane Charlie, people that know the area, remember Charlie, but this storm is three times the size of Charlie. It will be devastating. I am, I hate to say worst case scenario, but it really is the worst case scenario in this area. And I just hope people heeded the warnings because I mean, they're using catastrophic deadly, those types of terms, the national hurricane center likes to steer clear of unless they actually know that this is a probability. So when you see those dire warnings coming in at 8 a.m., just hours before the storm makes landfall, it really takes your breath away. And I am urging people to just pray for people in Southwest Florida because this will be devastating and it will be historic.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Janice Dean: Bringing Accountability to NY Nursing Homes
"For many who may not know, but you both your husband's parents died and you just waged, I think you made a decision. I mean, you're a meteorologist and you're an accomplished experienced broadcaster, but I think you decided that you have a high enough, you know, you've got a platform where you could shine a light on this scandal and many credit you with bringing a lot of people to accountability over what happened. Well, I hope that happens. We still have to get there. There are many things going on behind the scenes that I hope to be able to tell you about in the next couple of months to do that to bring our families justice. But I think it's because I'm not a political person, Mike. You've known me for many years. I am the meteorologist. I deliver the forecast and when there's a serious storm like we have right now bearing down on Florida, I take my job really seriously. You know, I always say the red and blue. I see on a map or areas of low pressure and high pressure. And I sort of like to keep it that way, but when I realized that there was deep corruption and something that was really evil going on. And I had the ability to bring awareness to what was happening here in New York during the pandemic. I had to do it on behalf of the over 15,000 elderly that perished and were really put in harm's way.
AP News Radio
Jury gets R. Kelly's child pornography and trial-fixing case
"Jurors in Chicago are deciding 13 counts against singer R. Kelly that includes sexual misconduct and obstruction of justice I'm Archie Sara letta with the latest In closing arguments R. Kelly attorney Jennifer Bon Jean says the case against her client is based on the testimony of perjurers and blackmailers giving what she calls the government's version of the truth Banjin says their testimony is like cockroaches and the government's case like a bowl of soup Prosecutor Janice appen tank says as Kelly's fame grew his associates did anything he wanted and Kelly wanted sex with young girls Kelly and two co defendants are accused of child pornography and rigging his 2008 state trial
Ask The Health Expert
"janice" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert
"So it's probably better for me to go to sleep later and wake up later than it is to go to bed earlier. It's actually very interesting. Here's the interesting thing with that. We all have genetic clocks. There really are night hours and early birds. And it's funny, Janice, when I was working with a lot of people in Hollywood, all the creatives tend to be night owls. And I was like, well, what is it about them? Like the writers that they like two in the morning, they get their big inspiration. I'm like, oh my gosh. I mean, I'd have one, so we'll go to bed at 4 a.m., 6 a.m.. I'm like, what is this? Honestly, you need to go to bed when you need to go to bed, and he needs to go to bed when it's right for his clock. You shifting your clock, it's not going to really work for you. You'll never feel right. Early birds are early birds. Right. So I know that's not the great answer because you know. He gets in the bed late, that kind of, you know, I might wake up for a few moments or whatever. So it's the interrupted sleep because we're on different time zones. I totally get that. What time would he go to? Like, in his perfect world, what time do you go to bed and get up? He would get up, he'd go to bed at 12 and get up at 8. So when you wake up, do you wake him up? No, he sleeps right through it. The big thing I'm going to tell you is you need to go to bed when you need to go to bed. Right. It is, and I think as you get used to it, and he gets used to it, that that's just the way it is. He'll get more used to, you know, you just got to teach him how to slide in there quietly. Don't come over and cuddle with me at midnight. Stay over there. But that's the way you can't change your clock. That's your clock. If you were to do your genetics right now, I'm sure you would see that it's interesting when you do your genetics because it even say, here's your ideal wake time. And what's crazy about mine is it is when I will wake up with no alarm clock. Okay. So, you know, and we are tied to circadian rhythms. So it is what it is. All right, exactly. Yeah. You can't ship that one. In the compatibility tests, what they really should do is have all that kind of stuff. Because I think, you know, look, he actually works with me sometimes because if he gets up with me for my 6 30 walk, he'll get to bed that night. After that. Wow. He's working on it. He could potentially. Here's the thing. It's healthier
The Bad Crypto Podcast
"janice" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"And I would just like to say something that John would always say. And that's do what you love. And only what you'll have. Okay, and the world will respond in kind. That's awesome. That's a great way to end. We love you, Janice. Thank you for coming on today and keep us posted on developments. Oh, well, thank you for having me. You know, I tell you, that's a more challenging interview to do, right? You know that she's putting herself out there and she said nothing was off limits before the interview because I really wanted to be sensitive to is or anything you don't want us to talk about. And she said, no, as long as we can, you know, just get the word about what's happening in Spain and encourage people to sign the petition. We could ask anything. And there were no edits in the show. She, she just rolled with it. And it was very gracious. Very gracious indeed. And it is a sad topic. It's really bad. Like imagine your loved one had passed away, and here we are a year later, you still got all these questions. You know, it's like, she's like, it's not suicide. And they don't even get the body to be able to bury it. Why? Why would they and where would they hold? It's just weird. And she's gracious, very lovely, very kind hearted, sweet lady. And in a very challenging topic, but you know what, John McAfee, we were big fans of his, had him on the show as you mentioned 5 times. Big fan of Janice, and we support her and make sure that you check out the show notes for the link to the petition because I'm pretty sure that you, if you were in Janice's position, you'd want people to sign this to help release his body. So she can gain some closure. Hard to gain closure on someone's death when you can't even have a funeral and bury them. I know. Just absolutely crazy. So she's there in Spain and hopefully some resolution will come of this soon. Of course, you can find Janice on Twitter as well if you want to reach out to her at the misses McAfee. We got links in the show notes for everything we discussed today, bad code and Ford slash 6 14. And of course, we'd love to hear from you as well. You know all the different ways to reach out to us. Twitter, email, bad crypto hotline. It's all right there in the show notes also. I don't need to keep telling you how to reach out. And we'd love your show reviews as well. So go to iTunes or whatever it is you listen to this podcast or watch it and 5 stars is always welcome. Always, 5 stars is never not welcome. Yeah. So check this out. Her Twitter handle is the THE. MRS McAfee, MCA, FE. Is that right? That's what I'm saying. So like not the, but the that's weird. I wonder if somebody else had taken that name. Although misses misses McAfee, it's wild so if you're trying to hit different ones of it, she's not verified. So you don't really know which one is right, but this one is it. If you're questioning that, then go ahead and click on the our show notes to find it for real. I don't know if you've seen this, but check out putting on screen here. The header. She has on Twitter. Not going to tell you what it says if you're listening. You got to go check out the video version on YouTube or Odyssey if you want to see or go to the twitters itself. Anyhow, thanks for listening. We appreciate you guys more great content coming your way from the republic of bad cryptopia. And if you don't have your tickets for NFT and YC yet, you're going to be in the minority because this thing, I was told they have, let's see, they had 6000 people at the last event you were at. They have more than 12,000 tickets sold for this event and they're still a couple of weeks. They're expecting it to be about 15,000. There are dozens and dozens of ancillary events taking place. Travis and I are going to be doing a talk. We don't know which day yet or which venue or what time, but we're going to be there. It's going to be great fun and we hope that we can meet many of you there in NYC. Yeah, I was going to be a lot of great stuff going on at that event. So many great ancillary events. I wouldn't call them great because we haven't been to them yet. So many interestingly hyped. Events that are going on there. So we'll be at some of those events. We'll be on stage. I think Joel and I are both MC. We are both also giving a dual keynote around the 15 things to look for when you're creating or buying an NFT collection, right? What do you got to look for? We're going to share those. We did a really fun dual keynote here in San Juan recently, went pretty well. And so then the guys at NFT NYC said, can you take that from its condensed in a 20 minutes and be really funny and amazing? And we said of course. Yeah, we just talked twice as fast. That's all. We just go through the presentation really fast. That's how we get it. Yeah, like.
The Bad Crypto Podcast
"janice" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast
"Through security and how he was arrested. They couldn't stop him anywhere. All they had to do was really just flag his passport, so they just waited until that certain time. Yeah. It's all very strange. It's very strange. Yeah, it seems like it was very strategic on their behalf, right? Where can we find the most sympathetic nation that will do what we want them to do? And it sounds like that's kind of what's happening in Spain right now is certain poems may have been Greece that are holding back the free flow of information and the release of his body. Right. That was to be expected, honestly. I just didn't think that it would not be releasing his body. You know, there's no, there's no reason to continue to hold the body. And that is an interesting thing. It's like because his body had so many unique different tattoos. It's almost like that couldn't be faked. Like, they could maybe fake his head because when somebody's passed away, they don't really kind of look like they normally do, right? But for them not to show you his body at all. Is strange, right? Because you can be like, no, that's not his tattoo, or where's that tattoo? And so if they just showed you the head, that would make me, that would make me question the narrative tremendously. Yes, and it has very much some. No, it's not fair because they don't allow you to have the closure you need, right? Like, the world needs closer on this thing. And they're not allowing you to have it. So regardless, that's just a completely unfair scenario and it goes back to showing how powerful the government is over us. They don't care what we want, right? They want what they want and the powers that be want what they want, not what's good or what's right for the people. And so is this another piece of the amazing history of John McAfee, right? Ending John McAfee ending in a mystery is almost fitting. Isn't it? It's almost like a mystery that's not going to be solved. That's John McAfee. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. Well, what does what do you think the future looks like for you? What do you want to do? You're a young woman. You've got many years before you. There's always opportunity. Obviously, you have a mission right now in need closure on this chapter, but what's next for Janice? Honestly, it's hard to say, you know? I can't really make plans for the future. You know, I mean, I think about things and what I want to do obviously in some way keep drawing message alive. The best way that I can and to share who he was to me, who I know him to be. Maybe the real John McAfee, you know, everybody, not everybody got to see that. You know, some people got to see glimpses of it, but no, I got to see a lot of it. And so I would love to share that with the world. I wonder, you know, he played the piano, was a musician and a songwriter, have you ever thought about releasing his music so that a McAfee album? Yeah, you know, I have thought about it. You know, I should he actually taught himself that way. Where he had some tutoring and then he kind of taught himself that tune that he almost like, yeah, of course. I want to do all of these things. I'm seeing videos of just us at home and. So I think there will be things down the line, but first, first things first, you know, I need to be able to learn to rest. Are you not getting any help from anybody other than people that in your friend circle that are supporting you and signing petition? Is there anybody with authority that is coming alongside and trying to help this accelerate? I have a friend here in Spain some of John's friends. Outside of that, I don't think anyone will really can. Well, I guess no, not as of yet, not that I'm not looking for the assistance, but not as of yet. But for, you know, obviously after he passed away I kind of didn't go into hiding, but I just kind of have to take a step back and give myself some time to grieve and go through all of those emotions. Privately as opposed to having some meltdown on Twitter or something. So a lot of people are beginning to reach out again. And whereas a lot of people were reaching out. Initially, but I was just overwhelmed with, you know, people who, you know, pulling me or trying to pull me this way and that way. And so I just had to take a step back and so I would imagine that there are lots of people that want to get involved and help and so this was the petition was the way that I got the attorney approved. Sort of a benign way that we could kind of get the world's attention on the situation here. So that's not really leads the question is what can we do, right? So I mean, I know there's a lot of people out there on the crypto world who just totally admired John McAfee. Some people, you know, maybe not so much, thought he was a little out there, but what could we do to kind of help avenge the scenario, right? What can we do as a collective community of, you know, there's a 100 million Ethereum wallet holders out there. If we can have a percentage of them, you know what, help out on this petition or what's the call to action that we need to help Janice McAfee close at the close this circle on this? So right now he has the petition, please share the petition far and wide and just share these interviews as I'm doing them just to let everybody know what's happening. And the plan is that if these if the petition does not get enough attention brought to the situation and there will be more drastic measures that will be employed. But that will be a little bit down the line. And so for right now, the petition is the best way to just get the word out about the situation. And there will be more news of a further sort of call to action coming in the coming weeks. Oh, good. Well, I'm glad to hear that and hope you'll keep us updated for everybody that wants to sign the petition. You could either go directly to change dot org and look for John McAfee searching or go to our show notes of bad code that I and Ford slash 6 one four and we'll link there. There's a link to John's tweet where he said, if he was going to be suicide, it was not by his hand. It would seem that with the one year anniversary coming up, that's a great time to get some awareness around the petition, right? Because it's almost like, that's a notable date, one year ago, oh by the way, signed this petition. So like if you're a PR person or an ocean people in PR and want to maybe help activate that as well for Janice and team McAfee, that would be that would be awesome to help you get the word out in a large way. Yes, that would be much appreciated. We do have plans for the petition for the anniversary, obviously. And so yes, any way that anyone can help it would be much appreciated. Well, James, we do appreciate you coming on. Is there anything else you would like to share with us and subjects we haven't talked about that or on your mind? No, I think we touched on everything..
AP News Radio
Big winners and losers from Tuesday’s primaries
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AP News Radio
2022 midterms: What to watch as 5 states hold primaries
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Ana Navarro: Senate Republicans Will Feel Bad Not Confirming KBJ
"And what about the facts What about the facts of her Of her soft on pervert decisions Do the right thing vote for that No I don't think so Go ahead We feel bad that we're voting against her They feel bad because they know she's going to be not bad enough Well they feel bad because she's going to have the 50 votes She's going to be the justice And they are going to have missed the historical moment of voting for the first historical moment What about what Janice Rogers Brown we didn't miss a historical moment there And I may I call you Anna Go ahead And they're going to go down in history as having been against the first They're going to go down in history as having been against somebody who is extremely radical Who's not only soft on crime was soft on child pornographers Hello Child pornographers May I say it again She was soft on child pornographers
The Larry Elder Show
Democrats Ignore How They Treated Janice Rogers Brown
"But I want to get back to Jamil hill. And she said that, well, you have to look at what we black women just looked at what happened with. Catan G Brown Jackson. It was just couldn't give a rip about what happened to Janice Rogers Brown. The tanji Brown Jackson says she didn't even know that her nomination was held up for two years. Didn't even know that Joe Biden the Democrats filibustered it for two years. Didn't even know that when she got on the D.C. Court of Appeals, Joe Biden threatened to filibuster her again if she was nominated for Supreme Court Justice. Did Jamil hill and the rest of them like mister stahl, who claimed Josh hosley was trying to get Jackson Brown Jackson killed even know about it. Did they care, of course not? Because Brown. Because Janice Rogers Brown is committed the impartial sin of being a black person who's a conservative.
The Eric Metaxas Show
John Zmirak: Ketanji Brown Jackson Represents Dem Values Perfectly
"But right now I'm doing a radio show with our friend, John zamick. John, can we change the channel to talk about the Supreme Court confirmation hearings that are going on right now? Yeah, I've got another piece of the stream. She's not to want to broadly, but she'll do. Tangy Brown Jackson represents Democrat values perfectly. Now, by the way, this piece is so sarcastic. I want to warn people that the level of sarcasm, this is the one. Yeah. Yeah, this is the one where you go out so far on a limb that they're going to people are not going to understand that you're being sarcastic, but please continue, my friend. Right, thank you. Well, when justice Breyer announced he was going to retire. And we knew that the secret committee formerly known as Joe Biden would have a chance to pick a Supreme Court Justice. I immediately came forward with a few arguments. So I said, first of all, I want to make it clear that whoever the secret committee nominates sexually molested me at some point during the 1980s. At the party. You know, it's going to take time. It might have been a party. It was a son. It was a major I'm pretty sure I was there. Yeah, it was Evan though. Even though it was a one story house, I believe this happened upstairs. And I was downstairs while this stuff was going on upstairs. I can't believe you're remembering it as vaguely as I am. It's amazing. It must be true. Yeah, yeah, it was somewhere in a major city in the eastern states on the eastern seaboard at some point in the 1980s. And I was willing to fill in more details once, you know, once Biden announced the person's actual name. Then it became clear that this was going to be a quota pick. This is going to be bean county. And it was going to be a black woman. And we knew it wasn't going to be Janice Rogers Brown. It was a pro life brilliant evangelical happens to be a black woman. That's someone Joe Biden, filibuster. To keep from getting aboard into a federal court. We knew it was going to be some kind of radical leftist. Well, I came forward and I had another suggestion. I thought that to really make clear that this was about racial justice and gender justice. They should pick a candidate who didn't check any of the old old timey elitist boxes like having been a judge or a lawyer or having passed the bar. They should pick someone for whom justice was the main criterion. So I suggested that to want to broly be appointed.
AP News Radio
Official: 7 dead as large tornado roars through central Iowa
"At least seven people are dead including two children under the age of five after several tornadoes tore through I will with one hundred and thirty mile per hour winds homes torn apart belongings scattered trees snapped in half power lines down destruction and death like nothing Madison County emergency management director DO Janice I A. Lowe says he and others have seen shaking his head with this is this is the network anyone seen not quite awesome National Weather Service meteorologist Alex Kroll and mooring says this was badly supercell thunderstorm that moved to Madison County Iowa including the town of Winterset we anticipate that to be at least an EF three crawl says what you need because it happened in March when tornadoes usually hit in April and may I'm Julie Walker
Breitbart: Then-Sen. Biden Opposed Janice Rogers Brown’s Nomination, a Black Woman, for Being Conservative
"Because as they point out a breitbart our great friends over there Paul boys Biden Philip fostered a black woman judges nomination for two years and I remember this Biden blocked among others Janice Rogers Brown to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. circuit Because she was a constitutionalist Bush had nominated her for the District of Columbia circuit court in O three She had served as a justice on the California Supreme Court since 1996 So she didn't get confirmed until 2005 over his objections Now why Not just because he wanted to prevent her from being on the so called second most important court in the country the D.C. circuit That is the appellate court He did not want her becoming the first black woman on the United States Supreme Court As a possible replacement for justice Sandra Day O'Connor Now we got Sam Alito so that was terrific but she is terrific as well That she is as well And Obama didn't want her anywhere near the court As they point out as they point out in
The Larry Elder Show
Chris Cuomo Worked to Discredit Fox News' Janice Dean Over Criticism of His Brother
"CNN is not having a good year. Another allegation against Chris Cuomo this time, he's accused of referring to Janice dean the weather lady at Fox News who accuses Cuomo's brother of essentially killing her in laws by forcing them into nursing homes with sick COVID patients. Under the Andrew Cuomo policy, Chris Cuomo allegedly referred to her as, quote, that whether B word and sought to find damaging information about her.
The Larry Elder Show
Chris Cuomo Allegedly Blasted Janice Dean as 'That Fox Weather B----'
"It now emerges that Chris Cuomo referred referred to Janice dean, the meteorologist at Fox News as that weather B word because she accused the policy that was in place by the then governor of New York Andrew Cuomo of essentially causing the death of her in laws. That whether B word, really? I don't think the word with balloon. I just don't think so. So my
Voice in Canada
"janice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"And they protested. They said, well, because the patent was so that they could hear not only people's voices and the emotion in them and the physical symptoms and whatever they had. But they wanted to know at that point, what mood somebody was in. And what environment they were in a crowded room where they alone, so they could suggest songs for them. in the ACLU got involved and said, oh, make this patent. Anyway, so what happened was they didn't get out in front. I mean, honestly, they did the right thing. They just made it, you know, they thought maybe it could be part of his strategy and they create a patent. But people spoke. And I think that was an early indication that it's public opinion is changing. I am on the phase app. I was asked to FAV, ES, anybody interested in this stuff. Some guys from Stanford put together this app called faves, which just curious a lot of content. Bradley metric and I were both asked to be curators of voice specific information. And to date, I mean like 4000 people have followed me there. And over 40,000 have checked in. So that's kind of interesting. Yeah, kind of interesting. You're on the pulse of it all. Well, you know, I think analysis is really cool. I've been a transplant from way back. You know, I can't help it. I just, you know, I kind of grew up in the startup thing. And then once you get there, you know, I did work for the big companies. So the PWCs in the Deloitte and those guys doing freelance has white papers for these guys. And a lot of that stuff, it's very important to do that. So that you know what's how things evolve in politics and how people think and what limitations there are and where you see opportunities around that too. Amazing. Amazing. Yeah. So did I avoid your question well? No, no, no, that was great. That was great. I mean, it's not surprising. There's so much that people are going to be able to ask you about and talk to you about. So I'm just really looking forward to that. My last question. I know you're good with anything. Whatever people want to ask, it's all it's all good. Thank you so much, Janice. My last question is actually more of just an opportunity for you to just I'd love for you to just sort of share what are specific websites or resources or ways that people can get in touch with you just so that they know how to get in touch with you if they want to do so. I'm a big I'm in the Twitter thing at Janis came mandell. So please come to me there. I really struggled to break 2000 followers because why would anyone want to follow me? I don't work for.
Voice in Canada
"janice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Now I walk the line, right? I don't really have to pretend I'm like super young anymore because I don't really care if I ever get like a real job, but I keep getting a lot of work now because I was one of the original work at home people. And I want to tell you guys something. This is a tale for you. Because this is what young people won't do right now, right? Want to run around and get different jobs and work remotely and all that great stuff. I worked remotely for over well, I still work remotely, but I work remotely for over 32 years. Wow, wow. Cool, right? So you are. You are like the OG of what's going on. Well, the thing is, you got to watch a street Cred, right? So you still have to go to the big brand so I wrote pricewaterhouse Cooper's growing your business newsletter for 19 years. And those were three, three pages, articles, every other month. Interviewing folks about their businesses and what things they need to watch for and how to go public and all this great stuff. And then we originated next wave for them, which was for 7 years, which was all about, to this day, probably would have Cooper's has the money tree survey. You know that shows who's investing in what? And I got to interview all the hardest guys like Brad Phil. All the VCs admired back in the day. Oh, he's still around. And just all kinds of books. So that was just a blast and a half. If you go to my LinkedIn, Janice came mandel, you will see next wave and the article I wrote when I predicted well, I was one of the first articles that the cloud was going to be kind of cool. Wow, that's very cool. Yeah. So crying, romilly, like, he gets this stuff. What he talks to me, he's like, you're a visionary, and you don't use that word, okay? Because people will just go don't do it. But the point is, I do love connecting the dots and following the patterns. So, you know, I worked at home for all these years. You have doing the freelance gig. But always looking outside. And so I raised three kids doing this. They're grown and out. And they're competing with me in the marketplace..
Voice in Canada
"janice" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Tech industry. And today on the podcast, I have one of The Voice influencers of being interviewed and you'll get a little bit of a sense of just how special she is. Now just before we get to that, I do want to tell you about the other four voice lenders that are going to be appearing on The Voice den today. Those include armel bouldry. He is the CEO of treble dot FM. We have Rebecca du anger, who is an instructional technology consultant at Hamilton county, ESC. We have Andrea Hughes. She is the head of AI North America for Lenovo. We have Nietzsche said Dani, she is the CEO of rain, and we have last but not least, who is the special guest here on the podcast today. Janice mandel. She is a communications adviser for the open voice network. And Janice and I originally met a couple of years ago when she was helping out with voice summit. The very first voice summit. And I remember walking up at the registration desk and meeting her and she was so gracious and since then I've had the pleasure of knowing her and she's such a warm heart and you're going to hear that definitely in this interview. She's going to be speaking with me and helping to get a better understanding for all of us about the things that go behind the open voice network, specifically, she's a communications consultant and multimedia storyteller for startups and global brands. She has been working with the open voice network on the ethical use task force. The synthetic voice study group and the media and entertainment communities. And we get into a wonderful discussion here about her background, what led her to become involved with the open voice network. And some of the incredible work that she is doing. So I'm going to.
AP News Radio
Kraken beat Panthers 4-1, deny Florida home-ice win record
"The Panthers were unable to set an NHL record for consecutive home wins to start the season the streak stalled added eleven games as Jordan Everly scored twice and Chris greeter made thirty three saves against his former team leading the expansion crack into a four one victory over the Panthers Ryan Donato Jimmy Alexis also had goals and Janice don score had two assists for the crack it who are facing Florida for the first time Patrick Corbin Chris had the goal for Florida and Spencer knight stopped twenty three shots in defeat I'm Dave very
Good Life Project
"janice" Discussed on Good Life Project
"To live a good life means to me to have loving feelings. And if I want to have loving feelings very simple, I just have to go do a few really loving things. So we're entering this time of year where gratitude, it's kind of on our minds. And honestly, it has also been a year even a season where Bing thankful. Noticing what's wondrous or good, or even just not bad? Well, it's not always the easiest thing. And yet gratitude attentiveness and appreciation they are such deeply wired contributors to the human condition to our human condition to yours and mine. Ones that carry with him the capacity to transform nearly any experience. One of anger, one of loss one of fear one of anxiety one of sadness agitation futility or grief into a moment of awakening, soulless, connection, and in its highest forms, grace. There's even powerful research on the psychological and physiological effect of gratitude and appreciation. Both as a state, and sort of intentional intervention. So we wanted to take this occasion. This week, to explore a few different takes on gratitude, appreciation and generosity of spirit, drawing upon conversations I've had over the years with famed author and social observer extraordinaire and la motte, writer producer and big thinker Janice Kaplan and.
AP News Radio
US, China ease restrictions on journalists
"China and the US have agreed to ease restrictions on each other's journalists amid a slight easing of tensions between the two sides the announcement in the official China daily newspaper says the agreement was reached ahead of Tuesday's virtual summit between Chinese leader xi Ching paying I'm president Joe Biden limits on media workers the fuel tensions between the two countries for more than a year under the agreement the U. S. will issue one year multiple entry visas to Chinese Janice the report says China will reciprocate by granting equal treatment once the US policies take effect on
The Suburban Women Problem
"janice" Discussed on The Suburban Women Problem
"I had a chance to talk to jennifer rubin and at her new book resistance how women saved democracy from donald trump. And later on we'll be chatting with janice robinson a suburban women and north carolina who decided after the twenty sixteen election that she was going to do everything in her power to prevent trump from getting reelected. I think that's something. A lot of us can relate to so many women like janice were activated after two thousand sixteen because we saw what was happening and we knew we had to get involved in here on the podcast. We were all shocked and upset when trump won the election. But i think the three of us actually experienced this a little differently jasmine. That's the main reason. He ran for office right absolutely so even after he won in twenty sixteen. I did not necessarily know that. I would eventually run for office. But it definitely spurred me into activism and activism was a catalyst that got me into politics and actually you know push me to put my name on a ballot. Astor you know seeing his elect seeing his campaign the way he campaigned and seeing him get elected and then immediately after being elected the first thing he did was kind of attack the science community. You know it was one of those things where i just was like. I have to do something so yeah at you know. I can credit trump for getting. Need to the place where i am now. I think I've done a lot of good since then so Let's give trump shoutout for getting more women involved in politics. That's true right there. Is that it you know. I will be honest with you. I was upset. When i i found out that he was elected. We were actually unattributed disneyworld. And so you're kind of in this false reality. Because it's disneyworld and i didn't fully appreciate it and i saw the initial election reactions to my friends and i thought a lot of more kind. Kinda just being hyperbolic. 'cause i was disappointed. Don't get me wrong. That trump won. But i thought that our system and our our systems in our government would would sustain us and that it would be you know sort of okay but obviously i was really really wrong i just i never thought that democracy would endanger..
AP News Radio
Afghanistan girls soccer team given asylum in Portugal
"The girls on Afghanistan's national soccer team have been given asylum in Portugal the charter flight carried the girls ages fourteen to sixteen and their families we don't even can't even fathom that they're out of Afghanistan they're still in a state of shock for whom the motel is the captain of Afghanistan's women's national team work to help arrange their rescue from her home in Canada the mission is called operation soccer balls and was coordinated with the Taliban Nick McKinley with deliver find is hoping this is just the start to look at potentially trying to get more women and girls under the country's montage told the AP it's a bitter sweet time yes they are in a safe place now but again his name will forever be in our hearts of Janice and will always be of their main concern the girls say they want to continue playing soccer something they were told not to do while in hiding in Afghanistan I'm a Donahue
Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"janice" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"Debate team. Learning a public speaking class can be good. Uh-huh lots of skills practice the mcafee. Readers have amazing instructions for elocution which is public speaking articulation and all of those things. They are fabulous resource especially up toward the fifth and sixth readers. Okay yep yep great. I got the mcafee meters couple years ago for free at a i home school curriculum book stale and they were on the free table. I couldn't believe it. I had struck gold. I wanna go back really quickly. Just have a minute left. But i want to go back really quickly to Teaching teens to kids teaching teens. Who are just coming home for the first time. Maybe they've been in traditional school for their whole childhood and because of all the craziness going on the world right now and dad are like no. We're not doing this. We're going to home school But they've never been home schooled before. What encouragement can you give to those parents. Okay the first thing to remember. Is your children might need to take a semester of detox They may need to not have the kind of super structured academics. Let them know we're going to spend a semester reading to find out where you know we're gonna read great stuff. We're gonna find out where you are. We're going to watch some. His you know science shows some history shows. We're going to do things like that And maybe do some things as a family. You've got to strengthen the relationship as a family. At i i think and let them detox as we mentioned from From just the practices of institutional schooling became what institutional schooling does is make the student just a passive recipient Are used to just sitting there and having knowledge poured over there were information port over them not even knowledge and they don't have to absorb it they can hold it long enough to regurgitated on a test yup but the paradigm has to shift. They have to understand that learning is something they do might. And you're going to present this feast of great ideas. You're going to give them utensils with which to learn. And i refer to the utensils as the three essential skills communication thinking and miracle skills you're going to give them those But take the time to focus and improve the relationship. Find out where they are academically and start from there okay and try to connect with other home schoolers of you know that are the same age if at all possible sure. Yeah this is where co ops are amazing and very very helpful. If they're trying to figure out where their student is academically. That's something that i would imagine. It'd be hard for any parent to do who's not been a teacher Is there is there a good way to figure out exactly where they are in where to pick up. It's the there are some of the curriculum providers that provide little placement tests on their website. But that's a little bit random just trying to find that sure One of the things. If it were me. I would probably still sit down with him and read a classic piece of literature that i felt like would be appropriate for a a student that age and have discussions. Doesn't you know little discussions and kind of see if what their first reading comprehension where at their understanding what their ability to discuss is and then You know with history and science. You know what they've studied because you will have access to the school transcript and you'll have records probably but with math. They will probably need placement of some kind and You know the mugabe readers which we mentioned before are a great resource for seeing you know because they were intended to go from the beginning of school to the end of scrape. Edo see where your students place in there. Just you know have them pick up one in read until it gets hard sitting art right. Okay that's great. This is also thinking opportunity. That's a really great way for some veteran in season. Tomasco moms to come alongside new homeschool moms and this is where moms are going to have to just swallow their you know maybe shyness or embarrassment or pride and be willing to ask other homeschool moms. Who have this for a long time. And maybe they have high scores or they've graduated there high schoolers and just say hey. I'm no clue what i'm doing. Police helped me and you know across the board. I think most veteran homeschool moms would be more than delighted to be able to come alongside these new homeschool moms and help them in any way they can so Janice thank you so much for your time and your encouragement today. I appreciate it so much. And i am so grateful again that the lord has just called you twenties call new to you have a great ministry. I love everything that you're doing and just the help that you are providing for equipping homeschool moms like myself to Start strong and to finish while through these Years of educating our kids. So we appreciate you very very much and people can find out more about you again everyday. Education dot com. We will put those links in the show notes. All also linked to a couple of the books that janice mentioned The the podcast. So thank you janice so much. Thanks for having me. I love what you're doing to thank you so much for what you do for the home school community absolutely. It is our joy in our pleasure. Thank you guys for listening. Have a great rest.
Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"janice" Discussed on Inspiration and Spiritual Awakening from Live. Love. Engage. with Gloria Grace Rand
"With heart and probably a bunch of other things that i don't even know yet what we're going to talk about what we're gonna talk about it with his lovely lady janice burt First off who is really multitalented woman. And i will tell you about her in a moment but first off welcome to love engaged. Janice on non must stay also. I love how you opened up a your show with that. That's amazing And thank you for having on you know. I am delighted. We met recently at. Let's see it was a A mastermind event. I believe it was and Yeah there are a lot of interesting people had and It's wonderful to be able to connect with someone that you know from different parts of the country and to be able to find out fascinating things and so. Let me tell you a little bit about The multi-talented janice she is a spanish. Interpreter of voice-over artist yoga instructor author and inspirational speaker. And after a painful divorce nine years ago she decided to focus on self development and personal growth and she loves walking through her fears to become the best version of herself possible. and she's a lover of peace. And a proponent of love which is definitely one of the reasons why we connected. Because that's what. I'm all about with my live loving gauge podcast. That you're listening to and are watching on youtube. So i found we would start with the fact that when i was looking at your website i noticed that it says communication with heart so i was curious to know I guess what that means to you really. Why is it important to you. Yeah i think communication with To me just means putting my authentic out there and coming from a very heart centered space. That's typically my Mo i guess is kind of like to wear my heart on my sleeve. And i feel all my my feels in a very much in that kind of heart space so say that that was kind of my thought with the communication with heart hearted honest authentic Me and and for those of you who are listening. You wouldn't be obviously can't see this. But i notice that in your office you have this big red heart up on a shelf behind you there So you you walk the walk. I guess men talk the talk and have a heavier heart up on not only your sleeve but anura bookcase. There are You know you are Involved in a lot of different things again. I'm looking at your website. And i'd love to actually how you have it set up because up at the top. Normally you would santa typical website. It has you know about and services and You know different pages. But i love how you had like each page was sort of spanish. Janice and voiceover jonah. Said yoga janice Some some gonna have this asserted fe. I'm gonna commit you from the standpoint of what the girl would say it was like. Oh my gosh. Why are you in all those different things. And isn't that confusing to your. You know the the clients that you're working with and you know you need to be like one thing to one person to not have all these things is to confused. So what would you say to somebody like that. Because they're not afraid to say no. I do all of these different things and trust me. I have heard exactly that in. There is wisdom to that for sure for me. It's i come from a place of not really knowing myself very well having lost my voice in the world so after my divorce in that rock bottom moments. I had this realization. Which was. I was really good at placing blame. I was really good at the victim mentality. And oh poor me and what everybody has done to me. And i just decided you know. I'm done living from that place. I want to create. My life might need to take personal responsibility from here on out like the past may be the past and that's fine. It is what it is but here. I have a choice in a a moment to decide. Basically who. I wanna be how i wanna live the rest of my life so i just started like for instance before my divorce. I hadn't done any of those things that are up on. My i hadn't done voiceovers. wasn't a spanish interpreter. I None of it so over the last eight years i have dedicated myself to first of all really figuring out who i am what i stand for. What my voice wants to be in this world and i've just developed myself little by little baby step by baby step you know. It didn't happen overnight but you know now eight years later nine years later i can wake up and look at my website and go. Wow those are the things that i've accomplished in eight years just from taking the power back in taking my life back so for me. It wasn't so much. Oh it has to be perfect for marketing in forgetting clients. It was more like. Hey this is me. And i just wanna put it out there and continuing to to continue to develop those skills and then just see what life brings in offers me as i'm walking out these steps. I love that i mean literally. It's like my heart was just like just like swelling with pride..
"janice" Discussed on The Nocturnists
"Much onus she really put on the woman to sort of unearth her own desires and go after them. I just thought that was really fascinating. Yeah i mean in a lot of ways. She was a misogynist. She was. She was definitely a feminist but she was also Not particularly admiring other women. And i think that to me is one of the things that i really feel is at the center of the value of story. This is still a problem today. A our our fiercest feminist impulses are always twinned with weird shadows of misogyny that. I don't think we are all able to recognize or call out. Sometimes elizabeth and emily blackwell her sister once they were both doctors. Forget about frivolous schoolgirls. They were remarkably dismissive even of other women who had chosen to pursue medicine. Because you know they had struggled to get where they were and the idea that someone less serious than themselves taint their achievement was impossible not happening. I always refer to elizabeth and emily blackwell as the first and third women doctors in america. Which of course always begs the question. Well who was the second one. The second one was a woman named nancy. Talbot clark whose achievement in getting a medical degree at this point was just as extraordinary as the blackwell's sisters they always referred to her as little mrs clark and not in a nice way. They were very wary of her and very quick to distance themselves and make sure that whatever she was doing was not going to get in their way. And it's both startling and at a certain level understandable And recognizable certainly in the behavior of people all around us today And i think it's really important to look squarely at that. Both then and now. I agree and i love the part of the book where it says. Her philosophy was too conservative for the reformers and to progressive for the conservatives. Right and you know this is a woman who's r- others married two of the most prominent women's rights advocates of the day lucy stone antoinette brown And although she loved them as sisters in law she was very wary of them as women. She really Was not an advocate of women's suffrage. She when you know the women's rights movement i think You know looked at her and said come join us and and you know be part of of what we're doing and she very explicitly turned her back and said i don't believe in votes for women until women have proved that they can think if you give vote to a woman now it's just another vote for her husband or her father or brother. What we need to do is unleash our own power before we are given other powers which was not a popular stance with people like lucy stone. It's an interesting dynamic. it's a very interesting dynamic. And just reflects the diversity of ways to think about feminism and women's rights.
"janice" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical
"Type thing with the wall. It's any place as far as civil war concerned because it covered ominea towns and cities and everything in that there is a a a drawl there for me to set their cover. The wore areas gettysburg especially in an down the river. The pontiac and everything else like that janice what's yours mine too actually really closely here I i've done a lot of Anything can you hear me. Yes go ahead. Kansas actually right here would be get on the property. Where a bloody benders on house would. but it's properties zero. I think would be somewhere in scotland. Yeah and see it in pick eddie my pick. I want to go to ireland. Unlike you go to ireland. I'd like to check out some of those old castles. Some of those were some of the old battles took place through there. I think that would be just awesome. I think there will be now. Real quick. Valerie says on here yes. I don't have much equipment but my instincts are pretty good. Definitely love picking up things with out equipment. You got to actually feel it but you get to actually feel better. Yeah you do. And i mean i think a lot of people that rely too much on your equipment or like you said james. They're missing out on a lot. I think the equipment's great. But i think the equipment just part of it you know for capturing your evidencing and keeping it for later review but i think the personal. The personal experience i think is the way to go. That's where it's actually going to feel better. We actually going to get the best experience out of the investigation. You know picture. Here's how seated In a movie theater Looking at their phone looking at facebook mercer's watching the movie in s. llc. You know if you were you worried about the equipment that you're relying on the equipment you're missing out of the actual personal experience. And i think that's the reason you went to that location as for that experienced and use the equipment as a secondary as a backup in as something like okay. Away kind of feels weird right here. Bus advocate to do that but first and foremost have a video camera rolling. Always haven't even p or a digital recorder rolling always in just walk through doozy experience. I think that's where people you know the investigate so hard and it's it's not a bad thing it's really not people are so passionate about doing this. They're really passionate and they wanna catch as much evidence as possible. But i think they're shadowing that passion with the the the reliance on technology in in you know things like the the meters and all this other stuff and if forgetting where they came from a thing that's really you know it's like playing duty nowadays on a bug or versus nintendo. The original one came out. You know it's like that it's like the contrast is night and day. So i think get out to investigation especially something like waverly which by the way we may or may not have something going on there in a waverly like is such a big big ass place. You know you need to get out and do this in go out in rome the hallways and don't be scared to go by yourself. There's nobody in there is going to hurt you. This you know what we do at. I don't know if you do this but we might see. We normally clear the building. I and Yeah we do too. You don't go back to be clear at first when we go back and then we walk. Alls i like to lock alone. I like to go by myself. And we'll we'll clear the hallways we'll clear building before we actually get in there. Marcus canal senior says how cool you set janice remembered where my parents home was in. Hebbronville house was torn down about six years ago. And then we've got a barbara says. Barbara says investigate locally to learn about the interesting rich history absolutely. I think everybody should start someplace. Close by and then move on. That's a good tip your barbara and then we've got the valerie agrees and we. We have a bunch of people agreeing on here. And then we've got over here. It says that house also many deaths in its history and then we've got Darren from new zealand. He says i did. A little investigating in a castle in ireland was pretty good but makes me wonder if spiritual activity Ebbs away over time otherwise we would be picking up victims from over a thousand years ago. You know that's one of the questions. I've always had during now that you bring it up you know as if these spirits eventually Just kind of Dissipate or go somewhere. What's the deal because if not we'd be really picking up Spirits or entities from like really really long time ago. And like you know. Vikings in cavemen and stuff like that. I mean what happens to the spirit after so long because you don't you don't hear too many people talking about picking up anything normally further back than say eighteen hundreds or maybe seventeen hundreds at the very latest in some cases. Rick what your thoughts on this. I think you're right. I think they have a show lights if he so to speak dislike anything else also at the same time like james has talked about and since was talking about we. You have to be respectful on. That's one thing i wanna. I wanna emphasize to here too. Is that you need to be respectful these locations. They're people just like you and me the only things that they're gone and we're not you know and this brings up. A point was talking about earlier. I don't allow provoking on. My team is one thing that i will not allow. Because i don't think they deserve it. I don't think that's a method that is used or that. It's going to bring out any evidence. That's going to be worthwhile. Because if you're provoking somebody or if provoking eddie or james or whoever you're not gonna get the same response that you really looking for you're you're going to get an angry response and you're going to get a response. Maybe that you don't want what do you think. Janice squirrel degree of that. Right here is if you're if you're provoking that point then you're not capturing evidence so if you are See your okay so you go to some location right and the doors open at eight o'clock the place or nothing happens all night long and then two three o'clock in the morning usurp invoking At that point it when you provoke that means you haven't had anything all night to capture in and you're starting to get desperate If you don't capture anything all night long and you provoke just leave it alone. You just don't even worry about it and like obviously so so say everyone of us in this yet right now has moved on. We're all dead. Were moved on. You know we're in our house in somebody comes in and starts messing with us and we do this. Every single stink in date. Say he'll house or are these places Places that book every single day. You might get tired of this stuff so you know who knows on the other side you might wanna break and you don't want to interact with people while when you start. Provoking to me is kind of like all right does disrespectful. Why do that you know you don't want to provoke and it just it just pisses things off you know in why. Get a negative response just to come home with material ceo. Yeah you know we provoked and we got a negative response. And we got pissed off ness and that la of this stuff happened and i accidentally done that on investigation. I wasn't intending to do that. But it is what happened and we got a really bad poltergeist sipe response so we left and we left it at that in You know. I haven't put that up on a on a broadcast or a channel or anything else. You know. we haven't done that. But i mean so we're talking about a residual so you know the house. I'm sitting in right now. The house you're sitting in right now. Who knows how many bodies are buried under the land. We own or we lease from the government. How many bodies are underneath the dirt that our houses on right now you gotta think there's so many thousands of years that has gone by that people have existed and now we're on top of this land who knows what's on top of this so your house might not be haunted but there might be bodies under your house. You never know you never know way. Deep down down underneath dirk right so residual so you go to a place you know own. It is recent and this and that So salem if you go to salem where the which trials were back in the sixteen hundreds Is dead place still on it. I haven't been there. S another place in a bucket list. I don't know but is still haunted. So how long did these spirits stay around. They stay around until they get bored. Or is there some kind of timeline. Where they you know have to move on. I don't know but it is. It's a really interesting question of how long these things they around these residual spirits. You know. i mean how far back out at a you might be able to answer this question you can in this alone. So how far back has this gone. What is the oldest spirit that you've encountered or the you've heard of other teams that you've encountered You know sixteen hundred was thirteen fifty. What is the oldest spirits that you've encountered you know because it seems like the the the the base general is eighteen hunters only seen a guy you know. He looked like he was from eighteen. Hundred seat top hat level blah. This and that you know the cliche. What is the oldest spirits you guys have encountered like. I said the oldest one that i've heard of was from buddy of mine that was at the battlefield there in tennessee and basically it was a soldier that appeared in front of one of the investigators. She looked at him with got startled. He looked at her and got startled. It was almost like they were looking back in time. You know where he was looking forward in time. It was like a almost like a path. But i haven't heard of anybody getting anything from the seventeen hundreds or further right and i don't. I don't know why that is but you would think that with all the deaths throughout all the centuries you know that have been alive or or even animals for that matter. I mean there really isn't a whole lot. That has come forward where people have seen these things now. gordon he says that you know spirits are forever and and i believe that. But do they go somewhere. And we're only allowed a certain amount of time to roam the earth if if there's a an allowable time for instance four you're actually taken away and you're no longer allowed to be on the same plane. It's a it's a good question oppose and and that's that's the other part of at eight so This as a win when people pass on a diet and things like that It's energy and you can't kill energy. You know her science and everything else. You can't kill energy. So what happens is energy dissipate and just like go somewhere else. Something new energy comes on like it's a really. It's a really scientific bizarre question now like what happens. Like has anybody ever seen a james man. James beard james. Yes sir. Gordon has an answer for you. I want you to read pets. Can you read it or do you want me to it for you. Go ahead okay. I i have no idea who are already what it is gordon. He says the oldest spirit that he's ever encountered was your aunt. Nancy i fucking. I knew new us now now. Real quick so real quick. What if these spirits are recycled. After certain length of time are recycled. What do you think of that. She's she's recycled. I'm gonna tell you the cheeser recycled from kitty. Litter own nasty pelosi. Believe but seriously all. I want everybody to kind of think about this minute. Would if after a certain amount of time a spirit is recycled. What if you can be recycled immediately. Or if you want to hang around or maybe maybe there's a waiting list depending on how you live your life and what you learned before you become recycled as some would claim a reincarnation. I know there's a lot of religions that truly believe in reincarnation. So what if that was the case. What if that's the reason. We can only go back so far. What if that's the reason you can only go back. Say couple of hundred.
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"And we are back everybody from this Little break i know. We lost pretty much everybody on just last cutout but we did have a little cutout on this story so it was kind of strange that happened but yeah so we're we are back though. Okay we got everybody back. So yeah we. We had a hiccup in the system and We went off air so we went back on air so we are back live again so we didn't miss out on too much so you want to continue our there. Rick thank you eddie. Janice get a couple of people in the chapter ellery and a couple of our standard teams up the these are new groups and i've been talking with them for the last couple of to their start up and everything. Is there any advice. James eddie that you knew team just starting out right now that you think would be helpful for them ours getting a team together and going out investigating or one of the main things that i would look at is. Make sure that you have a team that is going to be responsible and going to be there. Whenever case comes up a lot of times people end up with the team ended up before five different people. But it's really hard to get everybody's schedule. Saint i know james. You've got a brand new team. Jump in there real quick and let them know some of the issues. You've had it what you've done. Correct some of them. yes so A lot of months. You know several others. Were we have a the c one two three four five six seven. We have seven of on our team. And i'm pretty much the tech guy and you know i'm tech savvy but again i get really frustrated with tech you know with video stuff and everything else. I got really frustrated but when it comes to audio events asking. I love audio up but video pisses me off be honest with you so make sure you have somebody in the group. That is tech savvy in has patience to deal with audio in Can put the stuff out on youtube in a timely manner And do that stuff so you gotta pick your strong points in your weak points in your team also going going back to schedule like eddie said You know a lot of the folks who might seem almost all we work in plants. So you know. I'm in the plant and i'm working a monday through friday or still saturday shift In a lot of the Might seem worse you know split shifts and they do different things scheduling and Shift work can be a pain in the ass but when you when you plan like a big investigation like we have one coming up We've all plan for it. We're going to have to fly out with take vacation stuff like that logistic it it can be. You know it can be a problem. It can't be a thing The one thing though once all your team assembles in gets all location. The one thing To new team. I want to stress is do not rely just on equipment. So if you're out there with a k. Two in a rim pod and You know our math meter and all this other stuff you know. that's great. that's good stuff to have but don't rely on just that don't don't let your investigation circle around just your equipment You wanna go out there in feel things you wanna hear things in seat things in. That's the stuff that you really want to catch. You know nobody's interested. If you've got a point five five point five or ns cooled go to see that but nobody really is interested in seeing that the right in this good is good tools. Have don't get me wrong. But i'm more of an old school guy. You know. I like to go out and elected here. Things like to see things in and be really just Encapsulated in the investigation in in the moment in You know if. I'm looking down the screen I'm not experiencing what's was happening out there and you wanna capture it. You wanna you wanna have it on film you want to have it on video but you wanna be out there. Do you want to be in the mix you wanna look at it and see what's going on and if you feel something you wanna notice it and you want to say it on film say amen. I just felt something right here on my right side. You know something this that and the other and you want to investigate that but don't just be down strained and looking at that screen you want to really get out there but that stuff down you know. Lay down somewhere in. Just enjoy the moment. Get into the moment. And i think that's the most important thing because you're really gonna miss out if you're looking down as something like a k. To whatever you really gonna miss out just get out there. Feel the environment. Feel the things around you in a. I think that makes the investigation so much better. You know what i mean. It's just you you're you're becoming a part of that investigation versus just an outsider looking at a cage zoo or looking at any any of these new instruments and stuff and yeah. They're fun to play with. But don't limit your investigation to just that absolutely and also Darren wedlock has a question for janice he says. What keeps you motivated to keep going with paranormal investigations. When many people give up well personally on a kind of like fell down me a long time ago before even go popular and i lost my twenty years ago. So that's kind of my passion right there and they are really think about giving it up and then i started getting messages from the panel age where people are getting audio or video or have questions though. It's like david. I ain't giving it up. I mean so. It keeps keeps going going to say with what you're saying about. You know on investigations when we the waverly hills down tori him. I'm currently on that page. Where beijing laughing in going in and his feeling the environment whether you even about the equipment or we could experience and actually.
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"Yeah and i mean you gotta you gotta understand. I mean the spirits were once as well. And if you're constantly being taunted. I mean that can be kind of frustrating will along with wondering about wave going there with like a team you're team and get a placer so many hours. I think that would be a lot better than going in to like what i beard. Which wasn't event. The everybody has their own agenda and they would be doing their own thing but if he gone to team everybody on the same page absolutely. Oh we've got a question coming in from the chat from daniel says. How long ago did you go to waverley. Waverley has been now. I think we all net that bear. I believe it was years ago now five years. Yeah okay and valerie. She comes online and she says is that a corona rick. Dnc it is and he's very happy about that and she also says very true eddie with me as far as know investigating a place too much and kelly lee trevino. Who's one of my one of my guys when my buds he says what's up guys. What's killing glide. He could make it on man. That's why since you link kelly. Because i knew either forgot or you didn't look at so. There's no excuse after that so i'm glad you made it on here. So yeah that's really awesome tells about some other places you've been there janice real quick shout out to our barbara in the chat because she is on my team. Hello barbara glad to make it on. Here that's awesome way we have deren wedlock he's from new zealand. He's he's our he's we had him on the show before we can't have on here anymore because he's got like probably the sexiest new zealand voice you've ever heard their janice he says Someone in new zealand is listening to the show while clipping his toenails. You know i just got done giving you a really good shot out there. You're talking about clipping toenails. Gotta i need to pre read. These things more start reading out loud and god and got glad to have made it missed the last one. I think so. Glad you could make it on here. We appreciate it. That's awesome the more. The merrier and barbara says hello. Hello barbara pleasure to meet you. So yeah i mean this is great. I mean i'm glad we're getting some people on here and and talking about it but janice tell us about the most interesting then all. I really honestly my area close when moore is what we were just talking about. That was way really One of the right. The democrat up here. Another one was creepy and cackle. Springfield missouri has been covered on. Tv by different shows. and back. you know very interesting place. i believe even with united things gone through there that you're still going to capture evidences played Kelly played for all fellow Just a lot of good friend They used it for a different thing so a lot of different people their on the concern is really interesting and it's pretty easy to get into couric and one of our favorites here. Kalki santa cruz mountains mansion. Working back in their is working long. Yeah janice yeah. We're discussing earlier. And i wanted to bring up this with some of the guys here in group chat also was. What do you look for his team. Members and What kind of chemistry do you look for. As far as having somebody that's going to be there long term while we want everybody to be able to get along for one thing you want everybody to be on the same page. You're on the agenda and just work together And over the years. I've had a lot of people. Come and go and they wanna do. Once again you know will go to planking. We don't squid anything. You get one thing you know. It's not it's not like what you're gonna see on me for one thing. It's not for entertainment. I mean not or not. You know what i'm saying. It's not going to be like what you see on the tv. Show dark a longtime. Get nothing in it around. So i have Several wong team that have been with me since the beginning but I've seen a lot of people coming years right now a janice. They're they're saying they're having a kind of a hard time hearing you. We've got that clicking back. So i don't know if you can like a pull that microphone up in a way a little bit that way it can. It's not picking up a lot of this. Whatever it is that sounds like now. It's almost like a clicking sound that we're picking up sitting on the dating. Oh how weird okay. Well like i said takes care of that issue kind of carrier to that. I don't know where it's coming from. We'll real quick and other two kellyusa one of my friends out over here. He also works with me. Jelly pleasure you could make it man. I knew you could make it on here. So thank you so much. And it's a great to have you on the show. This is the first time on the show by the way it was funny. We just started working together Last week and while we were sitting around he he looks at me and he goes. Hey sarge. What do you think about the paranormal. Almost to start laughing because it was just out of the blue. And i was like well. Let me tell you. I found out that. He's a part of midnight. Paranormal society which is out of san antonio's well too so I thought that was pretty cool in fact that you know. He's also in a paranormal investigator. So.
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