18 Burst results for "Joe Fisher"

"joe fisher" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:59 min | 8 months ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Had some. They didn't handle it. Leave it there was a story in there that you should dig into. There's links on all of this stuff but the bottom line that i want you to think about is how that can even possibly because rep understand. These trials are continuing forward. Things are that happening. Because of the data they produce and nine months later you swing in and go. How do you even know that the clinical site is the same as it was before nine months ago. This is sort of like the opcw going after the us government bombs and entire location to investigate whether the us government was involved that makes sense. It says quote. There's just a complete lack of oversight of contract research organizations an independent clinical research facilities says joe fisher professor of social medicine at the university of north carolina. School of medicine that's fitting somebody else. North carolina university saying. Yeah they don't really look into things that's exactly right. Other people at that location may think that they don't want you to know that now vintana and the fda a former ben. Toby employee told the british medical journal that the company was nervous and expecting a federal audit of its vaccine. Clinical trial are the pfizer vaccine. Trial quote people. Working in clinical research are terrified of fda. Audits joe fisher told the british medical journal but added that the agency rarely does anything other than expect paperwork. That makes sense right because you can't lie on paperwork. Can you usually months after the trial has ended. Because that is how you keep it will save right. We're going to inspect trial that ended to make sure that the trial for the drug is being done properly. Now that it's already being used quote. I don't know why they're so afraid of them. She said but she said that she was surprised. The agency failed to inspect fontana after an employee filed a complaint. Yeah you would think so. You think they would do their job or what they tell us it is..

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"joe fisher" Discussed on UN News

UN News

03:41 min | 10 months ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on UN News

"I cannot see that there is any difference if you are male or female. When you are senior polish joe fisher. I mean with Your could competencies and skills that you can do the senior polish work regardless of your sex and of course I also want to mention that. The now await the united nations but also with the some other international organizations there is so huge will a need for increasing the number of female polish officiers also in all levels but the but the especially in leadership level. Ashwell yeah personal level. What's been the most rewarding time for you. If i think my career as a senior police officer i always. I'm very happy when i achieved something together with my team when when there has been a common objectives and when we achieve the results and achieve something together i feel. That's the most rewarding for me. And when when i think about the bullish work in in generally i believe that the although there is not much that the one of us can do by our own. But i feel that together. We have a chance to make a real difference french. You'll responsibilities in memphis if i'm what is a typical denying that's good question because i feel that the there is not such day a typical day. I mean All days are different. You're not always know what today brings you when you come to your working place but the normally my my working day gorgeous sofa of office work visits to the field trips here in on the especially to a police station through the buffer zone. Also i have a lot of meetings with my personal. I have a also Meetings to participates especially with the senior management group also. I command some operations. I made lots of local people and local authorities especially than my days Are full with the different type of administrative tasks and decision making so mighty be day is full of a variety of different type tasks serving your country abroad can be challenging or many levels for example being away from your family. How do your men and women. I'm paul remaining contact with their families back home. Of course it's a big decision in in a personal level when you decide the to join the united nations and start work a peacekeeper in in some mission air rear shades possible to visit. When it's a. I mean your family members can.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Negandhi, and you're listening to the college football playoff preview show on ESPN Radio. Over the next hour, we'll be taking a deep dive into the college football semifinals featuring number one Alabama. Versus number four number, name and number to Clemson versus Number three Ohio State In just a moment, you'll be hearing from the college football podcast crew featuring myself and David Pollack with our initial reactions to the matchups and how we got here after a season played during a pandemic, so sit back, Relax and let's talk college football. Enjoy our We had a little drama for that fourth and final playoff spot between Notre Dame in Texas A and M before we get into any of the layers. David did the committee get it right Sunday. Sure, I'll say yes by using their logic. And first of all, we're in the room the other day, and we're doing the reveal ranking ship were sitting there with me. Joey Kirk Jesse. Reese and Herbie and we're just sitting there and guess what? Our opinions aren't the same. We all follow the sport. We all watch it. But that's just six guys sitting around a table that don't have the same opinions and views of certain teeth. There is no right answer. Like to me. There is no concrete answer. And when I look at the four spot The difference between a and M in Notre Dame. First of all, Notre Dame played 11 games. We have to point to that right, and when you look at it, and then they played nine, they were eight and one, so Notre Dame played more games. Notre Dame had more wins over right teams. You know if you look at a names whenever Florida huge win eight games next best witness is Auburn. You know, you've got North Carolina, which was a great win and Clemson, which was a great win, So I think body of work. It's not just that last game that you saw, and I'm okay with Notre Dame being if they and them was that I wouldn't be crushed if you thought a and M's a better team, because honestly, I think Notre Dame and a and M are very similar football team. I think they have great offensive lines. They have playmakers at quarterback, but by the way They're not the greatest throwing quarterbacks, but they can make things happen with their legs. Both defense's are really, really solid. I think and on the defensive lines better. I think Notre Dame's linebackers are better. I think both secondaries air, okay, we could literally go down the list. And you know to me the difference between those two teams. I think Ian book is a better playmaker. Didn't kill him on, so I'm okay with Notre Dame being foreign. And if I had to vote, and I had to do my own ballot, I would put Notre Dame before you bring up some some some points here from the committee going by the criteria and you mentioned body of work. And then I'm hearing the back of Joe Fisher saying, Well, we played a lot more games. I'm hearing Brian Kelly say We play a lot more games and I'm hearing Davos, Sweeney say We played a lot more games. In Ohio State. So so body of work in Ohio State's They're playing only six games. How do you view that conversation when it comes to their ranking and where they are in this semifinal? You tell me if I am If Alabama if Florida and if Georgia played Ohio State scheduled, would they all be undefeated? Yes, all four of those teams I think would be undefeated. That's four teams from the SEC. I get it. I understand it. And I tell you what. I don't talk to coaches. I like being arm's length. I've told you all this before. I don't Don't have connections. I don't I just I like to be able to say what I feel that I don't have to worry about anybody's feelings. I had more coaches reach out to me and text me about Ohio State than I could imagine, like he was crazy. How many people were disappointed, upset and did not think that Ohio State playing six games merit aid, a invitation into the college football playoff. That's a reasonable debate it again. If the committee did that and putting them in their over her state, I would have been okay like it would not have been the end of the world for me because I would've understand that the big 10 put them in this position and The big 10, just the conference. Listen, we have to do this year by year. It's a year by your conversation. The big 10 is really bad, really bad, like Finish again. Penn State, Wisconsin. Those are good at all their bad football team. And now you're saying you're gonna put in a team that only 0.6 games from that league in there no out of conference. Get the drop height, man. I understand it. And it in a year of a pandemic where everything is unknown. It is is very crazy about this sport where we deal with cancelations and postponements, but Three of the four teams that are in the playoff. We're basically through the four teams we could have predicted right after last year's national championship that would be in the playoff right and and that that I think goes into a bigger question about the predictability of the sport and how you know It feels like there's a certain club to get in, right when when you're at the airport, you want to get the admiral's club to go inside there and you got to stay outside. There's always okay my question to you. Understand exactly what you're saying. But do you disagree with Alabama and Clemson and being being and being in that club? Not one bit? No, no, no. You just agree with you just for the Ohio state being with her at bringing that up into the discussion because of The perception coming into the season that Ohio.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Was made on Saturdays. Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller became the first woman ever to play in a power five football game. Here she goes, and here's the kick. It is kicked in. Script down and recovered at the 35 yard line, and there it is college football history. Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller becomes the first female Play in a Southeastern Conference or a power five conference game. You heard it from Joe Fisher Lear Field. I'm G college. She's Vanderbilt's goalkeeper Fuller. It becomes a pioneer, becoming the first female to play in a power five football game. She came onto the field for the start of the second half. Deliver that squib kick there was grabbed at the Mizzou 35. I was their only attempting the Commodore's loss to Missouri Covert 19 protocols and restrictions left Vandy with very few options, prompting the team to reach out to this. Soccer team for a help fuller on how she defines the history she made on a broader sense, honestly, haven't taken a second to soak it all in. Really. I just think it's incredible. That I am able to do this. And all I want to do is be a good influence to the young girls out there. Because there were times like I struggled in sports, but I am so thankful I stuck with it, and it's given me so many opportunities. And it's I've met so many amazing people through sports and I, you know, I just want to say, like literally, you can do anything. You set your mind to like. That's that's the number one thing. ESPN soccer analyst Julie Found E on SportsCenter Go Go after it run for it, Do it Absolutely, but also understand, Right. There's some risk involved, and I think Sarah knows that I mean, but I think we're hungry in a year. That needs some good news, hungry for some good news, and you think about what Sarah Fuller has done. Already with soccer If you go back to what she did at Vanderbilt with soccer, I mean, they went on this incredible SEC tournament run where the team wins, is the seventh seed. And so she's just continuing this good news and streak of good news preventable, So I think it's tremendous. And as a parent, I would say absolutely, honey.

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Dallas-Area Native Sarah Fuller Becomes First Woman To Play In Power 5 Conference Football Game

SportsCenter All Night

02:09 min | 1 year ago

Dallas-Area Native Sarah Fuller Becomes First Woman To Play In Power 5 Conference Football Game

"Was made on Saturdays. Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller became the first woman ever to play in a power five football game. Here she goes, and here's the kick. It is kicked in. Script down and recovered at the 35 yard line, and there it is college football history. Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller becomes the first female Play in a Southeastern Conference or a power five conference game. You heard it from Joe Fisher Lear Field. I'm G college. She's Vanderbilt's goalkeeper Fuller. It becomes a pioneer, becoming the first female to play in a power five football game. She came onto the field for the start of the second half. Deliver that squib kick there was grabbed at the Mizzou 35. I was their only attempting the Commodore's loss to Missouri Covert 19 protocols and restrictions left Vandy with very few options, prompting the team to reach out to this. Soccer team for a help fuller on how she defines the history she made on a broader sense, honestly, haven't taken a second to soak it all in. Really. I just think it's incredible. That I am able to do this. And all I want to do is be a good influence to the young girls out there. Because there were times like I struggled in sports, but I am so thankful I stuck with it, and it's given me so many opportunities. And it's I've met so many amazing people through sports and I, you know, I just want to say, like literally, you can do anything. You set your mind to like. That's that's the number one thing. ESPN soccer analyst Julie Found E on SportsCenter Go Go after it run for it, Do it Absolutely, but also understand, Right. There's some risk involved, and I think Sarah knows that I mean, but I think we're hungry in a year. That needs some good news, hungry for some good news, and you think about what Sarah Fuller has done. Already with soccer If you go back to what she did at Vanderbilt with soccer, I mean, they went on this incredible SEC tournament run where the team wins, is the seventh seed. And so she's just continuing this good news and streak of good news preventable, So I think it's tremendous. And as a parent, I would say absolutely, honey.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I apologize just coming right back and I didn't look at the time. Okay. This is a doctor Judy commenting on a listener. On. The telegram said he loves JUDY BUT WE'RE JUST IF WE'RE GONNA use laws to go up against them. Other laws emerges using the force of laws to whatever we got rejected on principle. Well, the Principal Lotta Times hopefully laws you know follow principle but I don't want to have competing laws but I understand the point is that you know it's it's just there shouldn't even be the capacity so we were talking about. With Tracy on the. The restaurant shutdowns and so. You. Just got to ignore the loss you know just you know screw them. You know what is there some law supporting me not obey in that law how do you do that? You know that they're going to have. The rule of law which law so I'm just. And they're not laws Ernie these public health mandates. This is an epidemic. You know a my my nephews there in Arizona universities now say they can't get a job and they can't go back to their jobs unless they're tested. That's a violation of our basic human rights and it's it's really not even the law. So so yes, I agree with your listener on principle, but every law, every principle I mean just basic Nuremberg he than rights have been denied to us. It's like full steam ahead just as they've done to me for the last decade we. Don't care what the data are. We'll simply censor your will jail. You will kill you if you don't comply and if you try to inform people and sit on the radio so I can't get on a plane and come to you without seat via ticket nee said without signing saying, we'll agree with Kobe policies well, I won't agree with anything. So then I can't do my job I can't inform which is their point you're like Vlad from the hugs over masked dot ca he's in Canada cannot travel the US cannot get back. Can I mean This is this is already a thing you know I this is what's happening. So I'm just going I'm I'm looking at what the intent is of all of this, the intent and your experience, and I apologize I didn't really understand the full scope of Doctor Pal was you know I mean you tried warning me and the audience of your bad bad bad bad bad by tell you what happened as I would get your name bow cheesy Rosetti. Just a bunch of names you know I need I need to kind of understand the the role that he plays in all of this and how many times he went to peddle island but anyway So here we have. You know vouch IW is. A functionary of what I mean. This whole thing the role that he has played has been to what? Well for forty years the whole role he has played his to drive an agenda to force dangerous pharmaceuticals on the population. Literally Damn, the torpedoes of anything that the science data says and simply have propaganda masquerading science. So when so when every bit of the data oh okay. So everybody listened to them with their models last year that paid for models Oh this one's going to be a bad one. Oh, this one's Zeka bird flu swine flu eat bowl. They perpetrated they've killed millions of people HIV they created pandemics, epidemics this one, the plan democ that plague of corruption. You know they were getting caught. They got caught by by Jack Aids of work a by Andy Wakefield Brian, Hooker. Dr Suzanne Humphries Dr Sherri ten. Del Big. Tree you know Bobby Kennedy Junior people that have just thought Joe Fisher have just fought to to make the public aware of how dangerous he's drugs these things are and. It's basically with with everything I experienced. It's damn the torpedoes. We don't care about the dog that's obvious I. GOTTA ASK US The question. Yeah. The years and the hundreds of show hundreds of shows you and I have done together. One all this stuff has been going on. We've been tracking this and all of the dead bodies of doctors that had been exposed that they've gone after the one thing that I've seen. Is there a slowdown of dying dockers of natural paths of people that are coming up. And they kind of like that's not working out for US I. Mean You you and your colleagues. Are Less likely to get killed now days. No actually don't think that's true to doctors in Florida or a doctor and his wife or girlfriend in Florida were just found dead in their homes. I don't think it's slowed down It's just not. It's not so obvious we're all locked down in our homes and things are censored so much that it's not it's just not getting out there the doctors can't work. So we're actually safer on our zooms because we can talk with our with our clients with our patients. You know there's no slow down the attacks on businesses and things like that. They're still getting killed and they'll continue to get killed look at the veracity at which they went after me Chan. Years later. You know you know with with `Boudzhi look at the best patients all of a sudden he saying Oh. Yeah. There's post co vid causes. Chronic the gate syndrome. Xm Arby's HIV's chronic lyme Borelli. mycoplasma mold everything you've been checked it's infection by injection and they got caught and these groups are figuring it out. So they went after me with ten times the ferocity only they can't take me out of my whole anymore because next time they come they meet my shot. So it's not happening around my home, but I'm not free. I'm not I'm not able to go anywhere time they come in your home they meet your shot you talking about. Well I got my syringe. syringe with whatever I. About. You the old Hamilton musical I'm not giving up my shot and not not ever again will anyone come near me or my family and even even with these. Measures because you know this is the thing. You know that it's not going to be you know for. Oppress off. You're going away forever. They're going to either kill Ya incarcerate you forever do something they. You know next time this is it you know And I and I've been threatened and I was threatened last year before Kobe nineteen. You know with the with the legal case, the case that the FBI and being read the end of play of corruption and what you're going to see is the FBI had a hard drive a terabyte hard drive full of probe of everything in my two books, and we handed that do them and everything that Andy Wakefield Brian Hooker, bobby, Kennedy, Del victory every piece of data is there. Doc. Back. Pay. BITCOIN DOT COM has launched a trading platform at local BITCOIN DOT COM allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on WTVN

"Gun shops no abortion clinics yes but it's actually happening now Joe Fisher has posted the the actual welding that's taking place at the gates it's borough park in Brooklyn so your little kid should try and break in and actually use the park hundreds of thousands of people gathered yesterday at Brooklyn Museum protesting the system supporting black lives matter but in this Jewish community they're welding the gauge shot shot he writes authority at del Polic a bright part of parties appear to have been singling out parks in Jewish neighborhoods of Brooklyn for enforcement while large protests have been tolerated other parts of the same barrel Central Park was full of sunbathers on Sunday according to the New York Post and tens of thousands of demonstrators gathered in Brooklyn for demonstrations in support of black trans individuals well many people wear masks there were a few other attempts at social distancing despite corona virus meanwhile the blouse you're reportedly told contact tracers people employed to track the movements of those confined excuse me confirmed to be infected with the coronavirus not I repeat not to ask patients proactively if they bring it up black lives matter protest see this isn't about following science about following Marxism the blasier's appeared to apply a double standard for months keeping the city's religious institution shuttered walau places where people gather often in larger numbers three men open he also seems to have taken particular relishing closing down Jewish communal observances in April he personally oversaw police efforts to break up a Jewish funeral procession then called out the Jewish community specifically on Twitter as having broken the rules last week two Catholic priests and three orthodox Jews shooting our governor Andrew Cuomo mayor de comme L. for religious discrimination based on their lenient attitude toward black lives matter protests over the killing of George Floyd in police custody by cracking down a religious service they probably have populated the courts with the Gorsuch and Roberts types complete sellouts what a joke now where is a pack now where where is the anti defamation league now where where is the American criminal liberty union A. K. A. the ACLU now where where is J. St now where they're all attacking Netanyahu and the government it is rather all tacking Donald Trump but we're going to challenge the system ladies in general yeah Democrat Marxists mares destroying their cities governors yeah but it's destroying their states using police powers for political reasons against the police in certain circumstances was certain constituency groups for the place in certain circumstances for constituency groups but we're going to challenge the system ladies and gentleman not corrupt mayors not corrupt governors not corrupt economic policies in the city's not corrupt teachers unions and there's no no no I went down for the revolution no you're not you're the system I left the Democrats you one of the system you run the schools here on Hollywood your honor cities you're the system you run our courts at some point that's gonna become clear when the rest of us are going to lead the resistance against this whatever this is.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Shops no abortion clinics yes but it's actually happening now Joe Fisher has posted the the actual welding that's taking place at the gate it's borough park in Brooklyn so your little kid should try and break in and actually use the park hundreds of thousands of people gathered yesterday at Brooklyn Museum protesting the system supporting black lives matter but in this Jewish community they're welding the gauge shot shot he writes our party a jolt Pollock at Breitbart parties appear to have been singling out parks in Jewish neighborhoods of Brooklyn for enforcement while large protests have been tolerated other parts of the same barrel Central Park was full of sunbathers on Sunday according to the New York Post and tens of thousands of demonstrators gathered in Brooklyn for demonstrations in support of black trans individuals well many people wear masks there were a few other attempts at social distancing despite coronavirus meanwhile the blouse you're reportedly told contact tracers people employed to track the movements of those confined excuse me confirmed to be infected with the coronavirus not I repeat not to ask patients proactively if they've been in a black lives matter protest see this isn't about following science about following Marxism the blasier's appeared to apply a double standard for months keeping the city's religious institution shuttered walau places where people gather often in larger numbers to remain open you also seems to have taken particular relishing closing down Jewish communal observances in April he personally oversaw police efforts to break up a Jewish funeral procession then called out the Jewish community specifically on Twitter as having broken the rules last week two Catholic priests and three orthodox Jews shooting our governor Andrew Cuomo mayor de cambio religious discrimination based on their lenient attitude toward black lives matter protests over the killing of George Floyd in police custody by cracking down a religious service are they probably have populated the courts with the your surgeon Roberts types complete sellouts what a joke now where is a pack now where where is the anti defamation league no where where is the American criminal liberty union A. K. A. the ACLU now where where's Gerry street now where they're all attacking Netanyahu and the government it is rather all tacking Donald Trump what we're going to challenge the system ladies in general yeah Democrat Marxists mares destroying their cities governors yeah but it's destroying their states using police powers for political reasons against the police in certain circumstances was certain constituency groups for the place in certain circumstances for constituency groups but we're going to challenge the system ladies and gentleman not corrupt mayors not corrupt governors not pull up economic policies in the city's not corrupt teachers unions and there's no no no I went down for the revolution no you're not you're the system I left the Democrats you out of the system you run the schools here on Hollywood your honor city you're the system you run our courts at some point that's gonna become clear when the rest of us are going to lead the resistance.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"PTI in the triad and one oh six one FM talk in the triangle just retweeted some video from Joe Fisher Arial reporters the Raleigh police put out the flag fire after protesters overnight removed it from the pole outside the executive mansion and I had a four hour burn a flag protest over a little some awfully in on with the details that we have right it's somewhat argue might be jumping the gun protesters but we'll see yes Sean what's up yeah I got a problem previous day be made about treating people like adults fell act like adults a deterrence and some well some well okay we'll meet our case don't you think we'd wait for like an explanation of why someone would be you know shot by police that he was waving a gun around in the street and then ran when the cops showed up Sir he had a pizza he was taken home to his family American flag to me there's a difference that's what the that's what the protesters said he was just picking up a pizza at I apologize you know I could be a long night I doubt it but we'll just have to wait six was a pizza and police said that he had a firearm yeah maybe he had a pizza but he ate it in a way that it does look like a firearm like that popped her kid got elected to kneel finger a finger gun in school yeah that's about it I yeah yeah yeah I mean it literally just happened so obviously people burning.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Of the gate absolutely Tom to to use a quote this is this is not your father's Vanderbilt team Jerry Stackhouse in his first year after coming over from the G. Lee they lost their leading scorer they lost another senior and then it was against Tennessee that they lost the distinction of being only one of three teams to have a three pointer in a thousand and eighty gave to they were so much up or for the fans that that Stackhouse like released a statement or something you know as gonna hang with them so it it it is a they've lost I believe it's twenty four in a row in the league as they come in here tonight and it really have no confidence right now it all started Joe Fisher who does the Vandy games on radio and since me Smith went down and he played in the Auburn game and they only lost by Ford in threes at the end his injury was discovered before the next game of the I. without him they can't buy a bucket and Joe was just say they have no confidence you'll see a double clutch on shots in the do it open but should I really shoot it it's that there and they just can't make a Buck at right now all right we will break it down so since I can't make a bucket right now one of the cats have to do as they look to knock off the doors tonight here in reference we'll break it down with my credit out get a plan we come right back on the front lawn okay although the tip off show on the U. K. sports that hi and tried this before please don't open that sentiment coke right now you wake up the whole house I mean.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Coast George nori with you this hour we'll take your phone calls with Jonathan Zappa's we talk about the afterlife afterlife communications John I want you to finish that story you're talking about a Joe Fisher who is he and what happened to him well Joe Fisher was a a remarkable guy use but the youngest professional journalist in British history and a wonderful writer and I'm very careful investigator and you know his book called the the siren call of hungry ghosts is quite haunting but I did a about a thirty page study of it that people can find on that page is a link to your site and he he got pulled into this you know he was he is skeptical about channeling and but the entity so clearly displayed paranormal abilities and had some sort of highfalutin spiritual things to say and and one of them said well we have somebody here who was your lover and house lifetime and in Greece and this relationship with this this incarnate became so involving it actually broke up either his marriage or long term golf girlfriend his mom warned him that like you know I think you're talking to demons and some of the things that they would say about specific past lives were things that could only be discovered by going to one of your library in another continent and some of those facts checked out but others did not and these entities became very agitated and irate when Joe Fisher confronted them about this and then the increasingly began to sort of attack him and undermine his whole life and then in shortly after the book was published on the he apparently committed suicide by jumping off a cliff but it was very strange because when the the examine the spot there were drag marks so no other footprints were present as though some force had dragged him off of the edge and so it's a very haunting and disturbing story and and very cautionary one because these spirits I mean most maligned spirits you know immediately act in ways there are parasitica predatory but these were extremely subtle and sophisticated tricksters and so that's an extreme cautionary tale about you know being very careful about and to to contact you said we're in the midst of an afterlife revolution how how much is that in and what's causing that well I think that this is a revolution in a somewhat bored to turn from our friend with the Strieber spot recent book the revolution but you know things that I have been writing about about that what were almost word for word is his book the person published after I had written somewhere statements and so I think we're having similar experiences the revolution really began in the in the nineteenth century we talked about it on your beyond the believe show a couple years ago that's right and you know it the spiritualist movement which began in eighteen forty eight with the fox sisters was really the beginning of the modern age of the after life evolution I pointed out not show how closely paralleled the evolution of communication technology you know with the invention of telegraphy right around that time and conversion Lincoln presidency where you know he was living in the telegraph office and but also had these you know powerful paranormal experiences and and and seances happening right there in the White House but now in recent years since the publication of the book life after life I read the moody there's been an explosion of research into near death experience and also unlike any earlier time in history we have far more testimony of a profound sort because of the explosion even just the last few years of resuscitation technology where we can bring people back who meet every definition of being clinically dead the technology is advanced to the point where now they say if the Titanic disaster happened today and they they got to the frozen body you know nearly frozen bodies you know floating on the water few hours later the could restart most of them and so we we now have you know and and and the the research that's going on in and it was near death experience you know I recommend Dr Tim the them levels work you know his his results of this conversion the procedures scientific journal the lancet so we we we are in a time where this appears to be a big evolutionary trend and so if you think about you know that they said evolutionary biologists say that marsupials like kangaroos have limited evolutionary potential because they lacked the corpus Clusium that that connects the two hemispheres we we have like two hemispheres of consciousness that are not well connected between us and the seventy billion or so that are on the other side and so if we are able to establish greater communication I mean I find that you know it's like coming up for him Mr brain when I'm online with my friend because he was a writer who's writing skills were like the perfect complementary opposite of mine in some ways and so what we're able to know and understand in the energy level and so forth when we're connected is far greater so I think that this is a real evolutionary trend in my work on evolution club but but the singularity archetype part of that that I observed even in nineteen seventy eight when I first made the discovery when I was twenty years old is something called home of the stops after a term created by the famous fiction writer Ted sturgeon where there's a group of mutant said have a telepathic link and they become sort of one organism and the this is seen throughout many visions of the singularity architect and also happens when when people have near death experiences so I feel that this is a time of where where we've wired up the whole world so we can communicate online and I think that another trend happening the same time is that the wireless internet as you call it between us and other entities is really starting to flow and become much more active all right let's take some calls here let's go to our first time caller Kevin in Boston welcome to the program I can have a go ahead a list of this one father eighty years old the Virginia Dave tree Dagwood Mason and that's nineteen years there he came to me and told me to go back to your mother's house to clean up so one second and he gave me still coming what to do I did a clean most of the solar and I said I'll get back to the very end and that three ninety go finish cleaning the Amazon seventy eight thousand one yeah a message from dad yeah that's a great story Calvin seventy eight thousand what what was it in like a little box or what it was in car with the static god looking in yeah that's me these messages Jonathan go ahead but let's agree classic experience I'm like for example Dante's son had it after death communication with his dad told him this and go to the back of the attic prior to the third floor board from the back near the right you're gonna find an unfinished manuscript and he did another woman and very recess amazing had after death communication from her husband who was a a tax accountant and it was all quite mundane and specific yeah you know he was giving our passwords telling her transfer money from this account to another account and and and and so forth so sometimes the did come back to give very practical information of high value the head is do not come back he never would have known about the seventy thousand dollars in the coffee cans right and and and my own copy why why they would want to communicate that she lost can you imagine say sold the house and some older a couple years later was just general scurrying around the basement and stumbled into that my gosh I wonder if they would turn it back into the original owner or keep it what do you think they do well who knows but obviously the father didn't want to take the chance that that's a good point and he wanted to have it so that was a high motivation to you communicate let's go to login in Oklahoma welcome to the program my login if you were to joke and the question of the commenters story sure when my grandmother passed away so I first it was the I believe was like maybe the very next day we're a couple days later number for some reason I just noticed like suddenly I just noticed like the birds singing chirping like it I just noticed I was like why my noticing this I never have noticed like this before this particular way and then later on that either I think you later that day I was talking my sister and she just randomly said the same thing he was like I notice the birds earlier my grandmother's I guess she was really the big bird watcher type but like cardinals and with Jason things but it's kinda want to share the experience that's great so at the end of the day Jonathan you find that a lot of birds stories are connected to after life stories absolutely I mean that's that's very classic throughout the ages is that that you know animals and especially birds will will often be described as I'm doing very dramatic things around but the passing I mean you know who knows why or how they participate in that I had a couple of experiences like that Justin you know Patty of my house so it's it's quite a classic one we get text and tweet Sir Tom what do you have for Jonathan this win from James in West Virginia please ask Jonathan if a person can will a message from a dead loved one can you will it's a motional you will it from a dead person well sure I mean you know every you know we can't say that's gonna work on demand in every case but I mean time you know I'm doing that all the time and you know where there's a will there's a way and in the more emotionally charged with that will is the more likely it is to be effective but since those in the other side have agency as well as we do there there needs to be a mutual will to kind of reach across that bridge halfway we're taking calls with Jonathan's app if you would love to share your story if you felt the afterlife communication with someone you knew or a loved one that I check in with us William in San Antonio Texas up next tie William good blah good morning to you good morning dear George wore a long time listener first time I have actually gotten to talk doing well thank you what got you to call tonight well I have been involved in a relationship with the dead Borman who's been dead for over five hundred years ever since I was about five or six years ago how did this happen okay we're right there rather sad and lonely it need not be a big stake out there were two girls like grow up here then the night good and another girl who came to visit her grandmother occasionally in the summertime in Berkeley those were about my own the very very end as John up and one day I would you share the weights there and on on here to me and for some weird reason or another I called your and she tell me over the years and she has been in and out of my she no longer let me just see after doing she's still in the query form but I couldn't tell you she said she was a child altered my famous answer Pocahontas hot and that she had been staying at the map and I've always colder Susie I know what you were real marine and I'm there of cerebral by this number one I was.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Collagen approved by the university of Michigan twenty eight nothing batters in forty Wolverines welcome back it Alexis halftime show here's the out of town school board beginning with big ten play Michigan state in front at northwestern fourteen to three at the half also at the break Rutgers trails Boston College seventeen thirteen while India has a seventeen to three lead on Yukon thirty minutes in the books there now time for the top twenty five scoreboard brought to you by pioneer state insurance number four L. issue being led by their highs been like quarterbacking Joe Berle so far so good for borough and the Tigers in Nashville today or to throw once again this one to the end so say. makes the. Joe Fisher from Learfield IMG college on the call borough with four touchdown toss is three hundred fifty seven yards the fourth ranked Tigers all over Vandy thirty eight ten late in the second quarter they're about to start the third quarter in Tuscaloosa number two Alabama a twenty eight seven advantage on southern miss ninth ranked Florida blanking Tennessee seventeen zip at the half and number twenty three cal as a fourteen thirteen edge at Ole miss that game also at intermission later tonight two top twenty five match ups eighth ranked Auburn at number seventeen Texas a and M. that one gets going at three thirty third ranked Georgia entertains number seven Notre Dame eight o'clock between the hedges in that one this top twenty five scoreboard brought to you by pioneer state insurance a Michigan tradition since nineteen oh eight obviously Las sickly up Michigan down twenty eight nothing to Wisconsin at the half at Madison John Jansen shares his thoughts when we continue on the Lexus halftime.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Segment that means we are being compensated to bring this project before you today and we still think you're gonna dig it. Even though we got paid so let's go to see it has become one of the biggest talking points <hes> really in our culture and especially in the crypto world because does it's something that's at risk and we recently came across the project that we want to introduce you to call particle particle but without the e._p._a. E._p._a. r._t. L. the website is particle dot i._o. In these guys have created a privacy focused and decentralize ecosystem with an untraceable currency z. a. decentralized marketplace and private de apps. We're gonna talk about this today. With an adviser to particle mr joe fisher joe welcomed bed crypto guys thanks for having me can't wait absolutely we ran into you and <hes> a couple of team members. We first encountered protocal at concensus ncis in new york and article doll. We ran into particle. That's right yeah light bit and we were super impressed with what we saw on and you know it takes a lot to super impress us you get easily impressed but not super impressed and we really dug what you guys are up to because you're approaching privacy in a way that really resonates especially when it comes to <hes> be able to buy and sell goods so why don't we i talk about the the need for a project like this. Wow this is a this is a huge. It's it's it's it's a huge discussion. I well. Let's let's let's do a bite size then you know how do you eat an elephant right one bite at a time correct one at a time you know go back to two thousand fourteen and two thousand fifteen gene you know at the crypto was already with was quite a bit more. <hes> you know young in its year is back then and there had already been a couple of times comes at a kind of a decentralized marketplace right <hes> open has already been out for a little while i think in late twenty fifteen and none of them really seem like they were getting contraction and i was actually at that point in time and in my story arc already beginning to turn down <hes> my own and <hes> business as being an ecommerce reseller i am particularly on amazon but also on some private websites and just basically unfair competition from other our sellers gaming this gaming the platform against me and or the platforms themselves competing directly against me <hes> basically made it so that way you know a a a smallish medium-size a reseller who was inventing their own products or designing your own gear. Just wasn't competitive anymore and that to me. <hes> on on a personal level was a was a pretty a pretty big blow is actually quite liked what i did so the idea of a blockchain marketplace goes all the way back to some of the earliest bitcoin code food where you have this internet money this in an open source money and there was very you know very crude code back in the earliest bitcoin code base for a decentralized marketplace to use this open source currency on. I was scrubbed. I think almost immediately after bitcoin live maybe like a year out or so hardly remembered in these days but that kind of dream kind of percolated right and so it seemed as if it wasn't until two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen the that the technology needed to do a decent sized marketplace like that was really kind of beginning to distill from you know the crypto ether and so oh particle team was at that point in time park will didn't exist <hes> but a lot of the people were kind of beginning to gather around a few other different cryptocurrency to projects that all may have one or a couple of the components to try to make something like a block chain based marketplace happen and we just kind of reached this nexus were the right people at the right time got together and <hes> twenty fifteen and early twenty sixteen and said hey. I think we have the tech back. I think we should do it and so that's pretty much what what basically started <hes> however there was a lot of considerations because there's always people always always want to pull a discussion of a decentralized marketplace in some kind of like nefarious or negative direction..

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"joe fisher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Segment that means we are being compensated to bring this project before you today and we still think you're gonna dig it. Even though we got paid so let's go to see it has become one of the biggest talking points <hes> really in our culture and especially in the crypto world because does it's something that's at risk and we recently came across the project that we want to introduce you to call particle particle but without the e._p._a. E._p._a. r._t. L. the website is particle dot i._o. In these guys have created a privacy focused and decentralize ecosystem with an untraceable currency z. a. decentralized marketplace and private de apps. We're gonna talk about this today. With an adviser to particle mr joe fisher joe welcomed bed crypto guys thanks for having me can't wait absolutely we ran into you and <hes> a couple of team members. We first encountered protocal at concensus ncis in new york and article doll. We ran into particle. That's right yeah light bit and we were super impressed with what we saw on and you know it takes a lot to super impress us you get easily impressed but not super impressed and we really dug what you guys are up to because you're approaching privacy in a way that really resonates especially when it comes to <hes> be able to buy and sell goods so why don't we i talk about the the need for a project like this. Wow this is a this is a huge. It's it's it's it's a huge discussion. I well. Let's let's let's do a bite size then you know how do you eat an elephant right one bite at a time correct one at a time you know go back to two thousand fourteen and two thousand fifteen gene you know at the crypto was already with was quite a bit more. <hes> you know young in its year is back then and there had already been a couple of times comes at a kind of a decentralized marketplace right <hes> open has already been out for a little while i think in late twenty fifteen and none of them really seem like they were getting contraction and i was actually at that point in time and in my story arc already beginning to turn down <hes> my own and <hes> business as being an ecommerce reseller i am particularly on amazon but also on some private websites and just basically unfair competition from other or sellers gaming this gaming the platform against me and or the platforms themselves competing directly against me <hes> basically made it so that way you know a a a smallish medium-size a reseller who was inventing their own products or designing your own gear. Just wasn't competitive anymore and that to me. <hes> on on a personal level was a was a pretty a pretty big blow is actually quite liked what i did so the idea of a blockchain marketplace goes all the way back to some of the earliest bitcoin code food where you have this internet money this in an open source money and there was very you know very crude code back in the earliest bitcoin code base for a decentralized marketplace to use this open source currency on. I was scrubbed. I think almost immediately after bitcoin live maybe like a year out or so hardly remembered in these days but that kind of dream kind of percolated right and so it seemed as if it wasn't until two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen the that the technology needed to do a decent sized marketplace like that was really kind of beginning to distill from you know the crypto ether and so oh particle team was at that point in time park will didn't exist <hes> but a lot of the people were kind of beginning to gather around a few other different cryptocurrency to projects that all may have one or a couple of the components to try to make something like a block chain based marketplace happen and we just kind of reached this nexus were the right people at the right time got together and <hes> twenty fifteen and early twenty sixteen and said hey. I think we have the tech back. I think we should do it and so that's pretty much what what basically started <hes> however there was a lot of considerations because there's always people always always want to pull a discussion of a decentralized marketplace in some kind of like nefarious or negative direction..

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"joe fisher" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

19:10 min | 3 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"joe fisher" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on WLAC

"Now, we head back toward side with the voice of the Commodores. Joe fisher. Banville comes up just short tonight at favorite, Arkansas. The Razorbacks get out of here with a sixty nine sixty six victory at bud Walton arena as Vanderbilt falls to nine at thirteen over nine and the SEC Arkansas now fourteen and eight and five and four in conference. Play Arkansas got off to a good start six. Nothing. Commodores went on an eight. Oh, Rhonda take the lead the lead to as much as ten in the first half with about four minutes left to go in the half. And then the freshman. Isaiah Joe hit three three pointers in the last. Couple of minutes to close the gap to only one at halftime. Vanderbilt lead thirty five thirty four Commodores had serious foul. Trouble saving Lee picked up his fourth foul in the first minute of the second half. So I had to sit down quite a bit. Erin niece, but picked up his four semi Shittu picked up his fourth. But the Commodores got those guys back into the game. And we're really able to play all the way through until save and found out in the final minute of play Arkansas led by ten midway through the second-half. Within the cobbler's put on a rally led by the senior show toy a couple of three pointers. Joe had four three pointers on the evening as Vanderbilt came back. Took the lead briefly. It went back and forth. The final couple of minutes. Arkansas gets a big three pointer by the freshman for them Embry Simpson to take the lead and that Sabin Lee prior to that was called for a foul or at right after that three was called for a foul and offensive foul that was his fifth that sent Mason Jones a later on to the line is he was fouled. He made two free throws to make it a three point game. Cobblers got a pretty decent. Look with about three seconds left. Matt Ryan three from the right wing bounced off the right side of the iron. No good and the Razorbacks escape with a three point victory by a score.

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"joe fisher" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on WLAC

"The studio after disappointing night here memorial gym. I'm Joe Fisher. Thanks for hanging in there Willis final score again, Kentucky, eighty-seven Vanderbilt fifty two. Bye. Great coke taste. Can we cut all that? That's not gonna convince anyone coke zero is now coke zero sugar with great coke taste. Some people were excited to hear the news some were skeptical, and none of this noise is going to convince you that coke zero sugar has great coke taste because the only thing that'll make you believe that is trying it yourself. No, no lasers ice cold coke zero sugar. Try one today. I love my community and as a doting day. Devoted son? Thank you. And a good neighbor. Hey, man, the people in my life. I used to hear my knock at the door. But as a ADT com, we believe a good night's sleep is like a magic remedy com is the world's number one app to help you sleep meditate and relax named last year's app of the year. By apple our sleep stories are helping millions around the world. Get to sleep every night. Sleep stories are bedtime tales for grownups designed to quiet your mind and relax your body. You can even listen to asleep story narrated by me, Eric bra called the Orient Express. I'll guide you through a train ride that weaves past the romantic canals of Venice coils through vineyards and passes through thick clusters of pine forest. Just try and stay awake until the end of it. For a limited time had to calm dot com slash slumber. Twenty-five for twenty five percent off a premium subscription that C A L, M dot COM slash slumber. Twenty-five for twenty five percent off unlimited access to all of coms amazing content. Visit. Com dot com slash slumber twenty-five today, and then you'll get to sleep for all your vehicle care you need experience. Honesty, and integrity, certified female friendly. Matt Korea's craftsman auto care, rockstar technicians. You can trust at craftsman auto care dot com. Still putting off building that dream home. Now's the perfect time to talk with us about a mortgage loan with many options to consider. We'll find you the loan. That's right for you. Call us today. And let's get started Bank of Clarke county is an equal housing lender..

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"joe fisher" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"joe fisher" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Was Ringo Starr. So he was very funny with Davy Jones and Davy Jones were here very rarely from England. So he calls a day job. You're going on the road. You're so busy how you doing? So he said speak to my agent. David can I give you my last name? Does it matter? Was this was this David? Are you talking about? David. Oh, I know David fish off fish off production. Yeah. That's my brother. I'm Joe Fisher ask you your brother should know me from one. I is on the radio and TV in New York. I'll ask you. Absolutely. He's he's in LA. Now, he southern cold rock n roll fantasy camp. We just ran a big here. Wrestling gusto on TV that's for me. And then I got to meet the guy 'cause I brother then ran his shows. He went after speaking of Davy Jones lingo says how can I get in contact with him so meetings for my brother flew over there in London? Inland rather any that would window and he said, listen, I can put a show together that and he did. And he started the all star, Dan, my brother, that's pretty cool. That's really cool. It was called. I got to play with data was so fun. There was a. There was a really famous restaurant. That's right across the street from the seventeen seventy five building steakhouse. I just remember going there often when I lived in New York. But you mentioned Josie, unfortunately passed away a few years to. Loved horses the horses down here in the bedroom. And everything. He's a fun guy little guy. I know. What he was fun. And the tour was great workout really doing all of that. Thank you. Joe? I appreciate it. I really appreciate great story. Thank you. Tell tell you, brother. My buddy tell him. I said a little bit ask him if he remembers being that hit me back. Okay. All right. Thank you so much. Have a great Nancy. Thank you to the monkey. Did you know the monkey no not really not at all? Not really now. The monkeys had a great theme song. And when you hear the theme song. You'll understand. I don't know what you're waving every. Eight. I was a theme for their munchies always opened the show with that team..

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