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"joseph miller" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

04:16 min | 10 months ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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"joseph miller" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

02:40 min | 11 months ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"Della Andrews is here Hate Dalla Hawaii. Drew is here. Hey, drew good morning. Miller is in the building. Good Morning. Joseph Miller is guys Joseph. Sister Monika the Anti. Not Related but they. Me Joseph Friends from way back in the day. Bobby and when I. Say Same, Wayne e back in the day. You talking about we. Now. Look myself are survivors if you know what I'm talking about. Now on no. Out there. On. vk. Banana Jewish. The hello, how are you this morning? That's my favorite. Favorite. Javelin buffering right? The Sunday. Morning Markus Mr One Mosey. Johnson, it's here. Good Morning. Monette net Serano is. Good morning the net. Is Hair Hager Goo. Morning. Natalie Turner is here in the building. See Lenny in the failed thin. Shot He Johnson? In the building. those are the things that I see right now. If you WANNA, get your name, China now just pop in here, say hi. That's right. We truly appreciate you. Joseph and no shrine I'll. Make sure that you. Also Yup. Sean having teacher of the week team, which is the paves. That were broadcasting now. If you have it, you want to make sure he liked 'em. Follow us because you'll be notified. You don't WanNa. Miss that we have a group that's on facebook. It's great shot Harvey Morning. Show featuring the week of team group group is happening, you guys. So much content in there. It's so funny. Keep it going. We also have on the page on instagram. Sean heavy morning show. Please make sure you follow us on there and we're also on iheartradio platform, so if you don't have that, APP download it. And look for us under podcast and headlight and. We appreciate it is. It needs as thank you and thank you so much going to go with L.. Where's my nephew? He yet he's already drawn. I must because he will do a lot.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

The Ladies of Strange

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on The Ladies of Strange

"Everybody has a story and that all of those stories are clear player black and white issues even when we think they are. We wonder how did this happen. Or what is that like or what happens next. Are you sure you really want to know this is ignorance was bliss at. WB PODCAST in Rabat. That guys we're back little bit more alcohol moonshine pickles. Were ready to go. I have my dailies little drops of happiness. I don't even know what to call them but there are chocolates with Bailey's in him are they like Bailey's troubles they look like a little trough. Yes sure very grown up of you. Yes in hot chocolate. Oh my God so dillard's so about the cadavers. Oh yeah back. I'm just going to say so. Let's talk about some people so when we last met our funds were were all hanging out together they drank way too much even by by eighteen. Twenty s Edinburgh Standard. Because you know it's cold up there. They drink a lot the hall and even by those standards these people. We're taking a lot. And chances are they would have collectively been homeless. Had they not owned The rooming house during this timeframe starting winter of agent twenty seven into into eighteen. Twenty eight Margaret layered was pregnant. That's William Harris partner in the owner of the House and she also had another small child living there. Okay okay so I just had this picture of domestic bliss soaked in alcohol with a lot of cadavers nearby Koko. Oddly down you just you said domestic bliss right. That's the important. We didn't need the you know disclaimer of alcohol and Cadavers. That kind of roles into the bliss part cadavers was bliss spinoff show could have irs. We're blessed breath. Yeah so okay. November twenty ninth eighteen twenty seven. One of their lodgers was named Donald. They don't know his last name. Presumably presumably Donald knew it but we don't delayed reaction for such a good joke. I was like Donald knew new it. That's an interesting last. That's the vodka talking. No let's just actually tiffany talking. It's a joke. Renate okay. Hit by shrapnel was one of those those shapes so donald died of natural causes in the rooming house and they wandering you know he doesn't enough for breakfast. Whatever it is wander in dead guy would we do and so so you know most of us are initial thought would be call for help but burke inherit? They were both sort of Jack of all trades master master of none and neither was currently employed in a meaningful way so instead of scooping up Donald and bringing him to the nearest chryst mortuary General home type they decide. Let's bring him to the Royal College. I mean at that time. I can't blame him. And the Royal Oil Medical College had been trained. Do not ask questions. Oh Fair as long as there is no overt sign of violence. We don't don't contact authorities so if they see someone who has been clearly you know shot strangled whatever. Okay maybe we'll give it a call. Police like guys thus have to unless we can get him in for an autopsy. Now uncover the evidence which that comes up later but in this case no overt signs of violence and they got I believe. It was seven pence ten pence schilling. Things worked by money topping to. Yeah Yeah Yeah it was about a thousand dollars. Wow ooh that they get not a bad chunk of change in their room is opened up in the boardinghouse relatively fresh like the economics of this is astounding. It all works it all works and that was the the medical student said to Birkin her witnessed. uh-huh Birkdale the talking because of hair being the sweaty unwashed snarly growly crabby type. He was just the muscle he brought the body in there and let hair talking. Yeah so they got. They negotiated which that must be a fun bidding war. They negotiated to not quite eight pounds for for this guy and that gave them an idea so not too long. After some time in December of eighteen twenty seven Joseph Miller went to the house. It's not clear if he went like was enticed to there or if he went to rent a room or what the deal was they did a little Woah. They did a little of enticing people to come in by. Hey let's get drunk and you know die. I don't I don't think they worded it quite that way. Probably but so. Some are teaching twenty seven. Joseph Miller's in the home and hair was like a muscle burke was like the voice so hair hair starts trying to kill Joseph Miller. But it's difficult to kill a person especially when they don't want you to know you don't uh-huh and so they said ultimately the created a maneuver called burning later and like this was just became a thing there was a there was a gang of London. Berkers that happened after this and it was where one person would lie on top of the victim to be to hold them still should they didn't thrash about and get all bruised and stuff and the other person would smother them either with their hand or with a pillow oh that is cruel but affective emmy it worked on Joseph Miller. Yeah so I mean within hours like reporter like the body was still warm and they got him to the the medical college and they got an even ten pounds. Oh so that's thirteen hundred dollars today. So I mean Christmas paid for right. They obviously caught on to this rightish which their thing and so the next over the span of about a year but eleven months they ended killing sixteen people. Oh Jesus oh almost all of them fit a certain profile. I WANNA say their name because I feel like they deserve their names to be said though. Cellino absolutely yeah so there was Donald Joseph Miller then Abigail Simpson in it may have been reversed. It may have been the Abigail Simpson was killed first. First and then Joseph Miller is a little iffy on that okay then there was the English peddler. That's all we know. Oh Mary Patterson there was Efi the beggar woman there was an old woman and her jeff son no there was a Mrs Ostler and McDougal goal. Mary and Peggy heading not clear how they were related. Exactly I believe sisters or sisters in law. I don't think it as a mother and child. Okay Okay James Wilson to other unknown women and married already. So James James Wilson sort of was their initial downfall and married already was the end of it all so the general type were people who were like profoundly disenfranchised he went for people who are homeless people who had really no family connections at all they preferred people with some form of physical disability or deformity. Because the medical school paid more for that. I mean I can understand that I mean it has made suck less but it does make sense would fall exactly. It's it's horrible but it's logical right and in all of this is very cold and one thing that I wanna point now. Is that Birkin hair. A lot of people associate them with Resurrection because you have to understand that part of history in order to understand how they we're doing what they were doing but they were not ever resurrection assists. As far as we know okay they never did any grave robbing like the first guy they found dead of natural causes and all of the rushed the. Diy could ever his Hari they were so hip. For the time interest boards perking pairs of Dexter in my head. And that's not what he did. No no why this but it wasn't for like medical purpose not quite as cleanly. He was very clean about it well. He cleaned up after himself. But so these people were were generally generally like people didn't know who they were. They weren't missed and the only reason that we know who most of them were is. Because Burke the smarter of the two kept a diary. Oh wow genius. Yeah well in a lot of resurrection. EST did in the way that you would keep records for any business slight small business owner. Well I think but I also think about like in these days people are going to look back and instead of saying like they kept a dire. There'd be like we check their facebook account and this is what they did on these days and like well but it would be more wall like alleged quickbooks now. Yeah Yeah so like my bullet journal Journal that I keep the podcast for everything in your life that yeah yeah and that was you know they would use codes. I don't remember the name of the guide. Don't haven't haven't probably right now. But there was a different confirmed. Resurrection Est who kept a journal and his code would talk about one large to small meaning one adult children. The whole my heart right that kind of thing. And all of his were confirmed grave robbins. Right and that for the most part. The resurrection actionist would get fined. And let go so. They made more money selling the cadavers. Then pay the fines and so it all worked out like it is a horrible a moment in history but there is a small business mindset to it. Yeah absolutely and I I hate to say this but at the same time I For what it does for or science I kind of see why. And they're not using their bodies and I don't condone it but I get it. Well that's the thing is Robert Knox actually like the higher classes looked down on him. Tremendously is this kind of slimy ski. The Dude who wanted to buy your grandmother which he was but his colleagues looked at him as brilliant man who advanced the science of medicine significant. Absolutely so this was like for one month give or taking November December January off within two in February. You know that kind of thing and then something picked up and my suspicion. Is that like okay to to know is that Helen McDougal almost certainly was an active participant in this. In the at the very least luring bring people in and she knew why because a lot of times they would wait until someone who's intoxicated and then lure them back in a drunk person is more malleable and they're especially warm eligible able they have a woman coming up to them. And saying I have more Bruce back in my house I have replace. You can sleep. You know that kind of thing through this Margaret Laird Likely Knew about what.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Johny. Joe Look like you're a lady. Now look at me. Look at your Old Lady. Why are you fucking me like this? Why Ben Ami over in the middle of FBI headquarters twenty-six Federal Plaza Asia in front of all my co workers who? I vouched for you with an fucking me. Why Johnny you'll punk or what John? Joseph Miller accused killer killer and former Hells Angels Motorcycle Club member turned. FBI informant looked up at his FBI handler special agent Mark Young and in the low near growling ailing unfiltered to pack a day. Voice said I know punk. Then give me something I can use fuck sake. These were the words agent. A young spat back into Johnny's face. Young tapped his foot without rhythm or reason his coffee and camel. Filtered breath was Mercilus. The interrogation had been going on for days. Johnny was giving up everything he had on his. Hells angels as part of his immunity deal so every day for the past week. He sat in his tiny sweaty. What he coffee and cigarettes thinking office getting grilled by agents? Some were cool and most were not aging young was pretty fucking far from cool. As as a matter of fact he kept tapping his foot rapidly in his breath. Kept on stinking up the giant. All right all right. Johnny said Fucking Jagger Mick Sunny Tread. Rub Him out agent young stop tapping his foot and stared straight at Johnny. I'm listening it was out to Mont.. Want Man fucking out. Tomorrow and Jagger blamed the angels Meredith Hunter plus the stones never paid sunny and they never paid house legal fees either sunny can let that slide. Mix should've kept us. Big Shut. Sunny wanted him dead and bad agent. Young did his best to suppress these YASIM. He wanted to hear more but he he also wanted johnny to feel like yet earn it. He looked at Johnny. Yeah so the hells angels had decided they were going to murder Mick Jagger but it wasn't going to be easy mic was renting Andy Warhol's place out in the Hamptons out on Montauk. The plan was to make it look like an accident. Sort of home invasion gone wrong but were hall has compound security wired tight so the angels came up with what they thought was an Jeez plan. They'd avoid any gated or flat-footed security in front of Andy's oceanfront property by entering from the back from whereas backyard abutted the ocean. They're going to get by boat. Seek up onto the grounds break into the house. Charles Manson creepy crawly style. Fine mic passed out slits through The local hells angels task to carry out. The hit loaded up a small boat with assorted weaponry pistols automatic weapons knives explosives the even it at hand grenades it on the right night. They set off in their tiny little boat from the East River of all places. The plan was the slip out north past rikers island into the Long Island. Sound out to Montauk. They barely made it past rikers. No kidding me. Their water go very chubby and by the time they made it into the sound. A full on storm. Hit Nick a bad fast. The boat was a nineteen foot wailer with a weight capacity of twenty five hundred pounds. It was currently carrying a small arsenal of weapons. Five burly angels in their weight in Beer. The vessel was dubious shape in the best conditions. Never Mind in a full lawn storm with trump landsman captaining. Nothing on the boat had been fast. None of the angels had anybody experience. The storm picked up with intense speed. The conflicting currents swirled chop in the full-on waves. The angels held on tight with one hand. Each grouping there cans of Schlitz with their others Instead of navigating through the job at a cautious speed the angel at the helm gunned tried powering through the storm and the driving rain. Seventy mile per hour winds Hansi eventually eight ten twelve foot ways. Tiny boat inexperienced angels were. No match capsized Somehow they made it back to land safely in Jagir lived on of course after that. I'm not sure what happened. Miller continued I heard mic freaked leaked out when he heard about the attempt on his life and then he sent some heavies of his own down to the third story clubhouse to try and intimidate the angels. But that didn't work out too. Good for mixed guys. Then I heard something about MC fifty thousand of his dollars eventually making its way into club coffers though that I cannot verify one hundred percent of course you can't. What the fuck is this story? Time with Johnny. That's it that's all you got the angel. Tried to kill Mick Jagger but what got the leathers wet Lara Talk.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"In as a patient or a visitor and had caught the attention action of the onsite security as lingered about strange but yet detected agents or so aw home security officer Joseph Miller observed as Stephen said nothing <music> stared at a sign on the wall as if he were stuck inside his own head he had a silo that was a hey stacy all yours and I saw you offer to Stephen turned into Joseph and agreed to have him write the number down. I it on my patio areas after Stephen walked out of the Emergency Room Waiting Area Joseph watched as he walked out into the parking lot quickly. Joseph headed back to the security room so he could watch in real time what Stephen was doing had established by US feeling in part of as zoo see next sometimes he will now say deleting meeting L. R. L. Around at your ears things see it meetings. It wasn't Bailey's yeah.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And I will send them a written exercise for free with information about the other books to CD's but please only if you don't have a computer if you have a computer everything is on the website okay let's talk about slowing down the aging process hypnosis as an alpha brainwave level increases the production of the substance called T. H. D. A. this is a it's called the hydro at the annual healthy kids are produced by the adrenal glands and gonads and what this is is an intermediary state of sexual hormone estrogen in women and testosterone in men know what this does in the intermediary phase of the eighty eight it stimulates the production of T. lymphocytes beta cells and macrophages these are part of our uses them that fight viral diseases like cancer and he said all these other things so the reason the only reason why we age think of the big picture why do we age why don't we just why don't we just a mortal it's because I'm useless and breaks down so anything that you can do to build up the immune system and to low down fifty generation will slow down the aging process the maximum production of the A. T. A. for a woman is age twenty and twenty five for a man so DHEA decreases with age unless you use hypnosis there's documented studies at Harvard University by Keith Wallace and others to show that it gnosis or meditation both Alfa techniques and the same thing basically increases the production of the eighty eight and slows down the aging process so when you increase the PH to use a levels this is what happens you you are less likely less likely to develop atherosclerosis or suffer from cardiovascular disease in general you are less likely to develop malignant tumors and generate cancer you are less likely to lose insulin sensitivity and acquired diabetes and you are less likely to suffer a decline in mental function and lapse into a dementia Alzheimer's or Parkinson's or other stroke related diseases and you are less likely to develop obesity these are all the advantages of increasing the eighty eight so let me give you an example the case occurred years ago these because I call this woman poly he was age fifty two when I saw her this is back in nineteen seventy seven a long time ago he suffered from high blood pressure smoking depression obesity etcetera her daughter Carol who was twenty one years old was also overweight depressed and smoke but I never thought that was she was in college at the time so I gave poly a copy of my slowing down the aging process ET for her so she could give it to a daughter okay so I worked with poly I work with her for a couple months she's a great patient every line so now I finish up with her and I don't hear from her for twenty years twenty years twenty years later now it's nineteen ninety seven I'm in Los Angeles okay I got this okay and I'm doing because the causative use right okay and house twenty years later poly come to Los Angeles because of her job she had a corporate assignment here she's going to some conference or whatever and he called me up and says doc this is Polly you member me here for twenty years ago right I could you are like me she goes well I have a daughter Carol us only to me yeah I've been pretty good maybe I said yes he goes can I stop by to say hello and I said sure it was not the case you see that so he comes by I see her she lost fifty pounds almost and recognize her he no longer smoke we always depressed her blood pressure was normal now what age seventy two she looked like she was fifty five okay she look great and because I was playing tennis and you know golfing and going to a Country Club and she told me that her daughter terrible the one who I never saw had lost twenty five pounds no longer smokes a limited her depression and she showed me a recent picture of terrible who is now forty one but look like she was thirty so this is an example again folks remember ninety nine percent of this was done by the patient not by me okay so this is an example of how you can use fifth dimensional he'll be techniques to do all kinds of fun things look at that look look at the concept of traditional or allopathic medicine today remember the doctors don't a lot of my colleagues don't like because I'm the one who gets people call for drugs I never prescribe and they don't like to because some competition because I want to put him on death star I don't really care about my colleagues I care about the patients okay to me getting off drugs should be coming after one whole this they can heal is much more important and he got my colleagues okay preventing illness in the first place is far easier wiser and less costly think of it that treating disease one to the Kurds most of the common drugs that are prescribed by conventional position today begin with the prefix anti anti means against antihistamines anti depressant anti inflammatories these are all anti hypertensive these are all anti drugs conventional medicine is usually effective only for the management of acute conditions on a short term basis where it is less effective or not effective role relates to long term or chronic conditions so the patient is exposed to many side effects of these drugs toxicity we call that and the disease process is actually brought which strengthened and drug driven internally to the patient's body by using these drugs these oppressive measures can actually drive all disease processes inward rather than outward and therefore can affect the vital organs was white people dialogue hospitals so patients who take pride his own for example for many months to control rheumatoid arthritis lupus as more other alkyl allergic disorders calmly experience depression ulcers weight gain acne and weakened bones what a great concept for a side effect of the drug right so to me so feeling is the opposite is holistic it has positive perspective it effects the actual energy of the soul which is not part of the physical body is our life force its energy but it affects the emotions which is hormones which is part of our physical body which in turn affects the actual physical by yourself and generate the healing process sees the average person today in these are old studies takes over seventy six thousand pills during their lifetime which I think is absolutely because any six seventy six thousand okay you know I like the spirit of seventy six but not three zero the add on to it one thing I want to share with you because I talk about the super conscious might happen this is a dedication to you George I want to acknowledge you you're my best friend the media I love working with you I want to talk about you add to your late relative she feca calgel he was a great doctor well this is it this is not just a great doctor this was a great soul she was born in nineteen fourteen died nineteen eighty six he wrote a very important book called breakthroughs to creativity I have a copy that by the way back in nineteen sixty seven when she wrote that and then he turned to what they call high your sensory perception H. S. P. in which the patient describes either by you spirits as teleportation another psychic experiences from the fifth dimension so she was an old trick to rescue herself okay but his mind technique as a fifth dimensional mentality so we're on the same level she was in a row just psychiatrist specialize in treating patients suffering from grand mal epilepsy she worked with Wilder Penfield the famous in a row and you've done your homework on her Bruce he also treated violent hallucinations that she became interested psychic research after reading Joseph Miller's book called Edgar Cayce mystery man of miracles and she described the sappers which is what I term energy vampires so you called in the shuttle people okay by the way this chapter for a good PC in my soul healing books on very familiar with his work and I've given talks at the a a RP in Virginia beach give the workshop there some very familiar with the agree Casey foundation so her quote this is very interesting for you and your audience this is a court on the tease they're here we know about them the government knows about them okay so my my deduction here this is a theory George is that you're late relative should he get his most likely has been in contact with you over the years over the decades which is why you're interested in this field and this is one regret I have in my life is that I never had the pleasure to meet her while she was on the earth plane he was a brilliant woman she work with eagle swan if William killer from Stanford Williams a good buddy of mine she was the UCLA professor in nineteen sixty six to nineteen seventy so to me I just wanted to acknowledge that and you of course and to show you that I'm not the only when the world the deals with this dimensional mentality thank you you would have really enjoyed meeting her office I couldn't yes to help futurism I want to discuss something to about you don't want a futurist right you know I take no yeah I developed the feel good going into the future like a question my first book has like utilize written in nineteen eighty two was the first book ever written about taking people into the future so when it comes to the future I'm always a great fan of people who do that probably tell you that if someone that you've never heard of I guarantee you no one's ever heard of this out there I came across this recently the man's name is Ingersoll Lockwood he was a lawyer and a writer born in eighteen forty one died in nineteen eighteen he wrote three children's books one in eighteen ninety two one eighteen ninety six and one in nineteen in eighteen ninety three this is the title of the book trust me this is real I board one of these members on myself apples and the dentures of little Barron trump that would of course is the name of Donald's of younger son with malattia came right okay this is a this is a book about time travel this is a book about Barron trump who lives in New York City on Fifth Avenue the son of the president who lives in a building that's named after himself does this ring a bell okay then he wrote a book called the last president in nineteen hundred about eighty president is Fifth Avenue published resides there in the tower that bears his name etcetera etcetera and the potus the president in nineteen hundred according to Intersil Lockwood has a secretary of agriculture and the name of that manages leaf ten P. E. N. C. E. this ring a bell okay and his last all of the third book barons trumps a marvelous underground journey takes him to rush his mentor is a man named Donna okay you got all this this is real this is this is over have years you can't make this up now here's something else about trump that people don't know his his uncle John G. trump was a professor of engineering at MIT Donald trumps uncle he knew Nicholas law and reportedly had his notes on time travel and John developed an X. ray generator so how's that for a futurist is not cool that's amazing amazing I mean it's really interesting I mean this is like little Barron trump going around the world okay travelling underground hollow earth theory this is it's a children's book about Hey it's fun it's interesting if I had to share that with your audience what do you see as the difference Bruce between near death experiences an out of body experiences things like that okay so there are three kinds of out of body experiences of this important for dealing with culture terrestrial techniques in the fifth dimension the first type of out of body experience is a regular old B. E. okay so that's something that when you go to sleep at night by the way and you have dreams all right dreams are actually and this is been documented by research universities dreams are actually out of.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Questions. Hi, pre Jody in Denver. So one thing I just wanna know is your opinion on the Bob Muller. Still have a friendship trust whatever with bar. Everyone said they're great friends. Does he look at him differently? Does he just compartmentalize this thanks so much? Love you. Bye. Hey, jodie. So nobody's asked that question. It's an interesting one it presupposes a few things. First of all it presupposes that Bob Muller has reason to be upset with or angry at Bill bar. And I guess we don't know the answer. Really, we have been speculating and engaging in conjecture on the question of whether or not mother intended for the issue of obstruction to be left to congress or the future. Prosecutors once the president leaves office and the extent to which Bill bars dove in and grabbed the ball and decided the question, I don't know if that would upset by Muller, he's not a person to get Piggly emotional. So I think we need to understand how Muller viewed his role and how he viewed the actions taken by Bill bar, but on top of that. And I'm not a friendship expert, although I have many close personal friends. It depends on what you mean by friend. Now, we all know there are there are hierarchies of friendship. There's like best there's f and then there's also at the other end of the spectrum something that I heard when I worked in the district of Columbia something known as washing. Friend, which I took to mean people who had a cordial relationship would call each other friends in public. You know, that it's very commonplace on the Senate floor on the house floor for people to say about political rivals. They actually don't necessarily respect or like, you know, I disagree with my friend, the gentleman from South Carolina, or I disagree with my friend, the gentle lady from Alaska. So the word friend has sort of interesting usages, depending on where you are in a particularly in Washington. I don't know the degree of their closeness and friendship. I haven't seen too many reports that describe what their relationship is. I'll say in a different context. The question has been raised with respect to any friendship between Bob Muller, and Jim Komi. And you may remember that that the president has said among other things to undermine the independence in good faith of the mother investigation claiming that he's best friends with Jim Komi. Putting him at the other end of the spectrum from Washington friend, and then Jim Komi not in any. I think effort to distance himself from Bob Muller. When asked a question, I think in congressional testimony are you friends with Bob Muller? I think he said something like, well, I'm friendly with him. But we don't socialize. I've never been to his home. I don't know the names of his children. But I admire him, and I respect him. And to the extent that is a friendship, then presumably by Muller has that same relationship with Bill bar anyway. So I don't know what will be the future of their having drinks if they've ever had drinks together before, but I've appreciated this opportunity to ruminate on the nature of friendship in Washington. And elsewhere. The next question comes into tweet from Joseph Miller who's handle is Texas Joe at prepere, I'm curious. The mullahs report says that Trump ordered Mcgann to fire Muller as White House counsel. Would that have been in his mcgann's power to do? Thanks, hashtag, ask pre. We'll as an initial matter. It's sort of unclear who had the. Power to do what and make what kinds of representations. I believe the mother report set forth a series of conversations between the President Trump and Mcgann in which the president made clear to began that he wanted began to call rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general I believe at the time when he was the acting attorney general for purposes of the special counsel investigation and asked Rosenstein to fire Muller, which I think was clearly in his purview..

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"joseph miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Becky Lynn. And here is our top story. Hacienda healthcare has announced its shutting down one of its units after a female patient allegedly had been sexually assaulted their KTAR's. Peter say Moore's live in the news center. Becky, hacienda healthcare is closing its immediate care facility for the intellectually disabled were that woman also gave birth in a statement of KTAR. Hacienda says the board of directors came to understand operation of that facility is simply not sustainable clients were already being transferred to other facilities from hacienda. Phoenix. Police arrested a former nurse at the hospital of on suspicion of a crime live in the news center. Peter say more KTAR news. Senate McCain is apologizing after claiming she intervened to stop human trafficking at the Phoenix airport. She told KTAR's MAC and Gaydos this week that she spotted a toddler with a woman of a different ethnicity and something didn't click. She says she told the police officer. And the woman was waiting for a man who had bought the child things police confirmed that McCain requested a welfare check, but says there was no evidence of criminal conduct or child endangerment. A new Bill could help prepare highschoolers when entering into the real world. You also have to learn a little bit about how you balance your checkbook what it means to carry debt. You know, the simple basic skills that people need to survive in the real world state treasurer, Kimberly who says this Bill would require high schools teach a financial literacy class before the students graduate the Bill passed the Senate on Tuesday and now heads to the house of representatives. Apple says, it has a fix to that problem involving group. Facetime calls that will let someone listen in. And even. Watch you even though you didn't answer their call with its latest operating system update apple says, it has now fixed the FaceTime issue, which could have allowed callers to eavesdrop without you knowing apple saying it did a complete audit made other security fixes to FaceTime during that audit found a previously unknown security hole in the live photos feature of face time to get the fix you need to download the latest operating system update. Let's ABC's Alec stone. A seventy two year old man accused of killing his wife and Scottsdale told police he left his wife's body for hours while he went to the casino to gamble. According to court documents Joseph Miller changed out of his blood soaked clothes withdrew money from the Bank. And then went gambling after returning home. He called police. He's facing murder charges..

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"joseph miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's ten thirty. I'm Bob McClay. Here's our top story. Cindy, McCain says she commands Phoenix police for their diligence after officers disputed her claim of human trafficking. It's guy Harper airport earlier this week McCain told KTAR is back and Gaydos. She witnessed a kid being trafficked, the police now say there was no evidence of criminal conduct or child endangerment. It looked I it was a woman of a different SSD than the child this little toddler. She had I tell people trust, your gut. I went over to the police, and I told him what I thought they went over and questioned or by God, she was trapped you next year. Mccain has not offered an explanation for the discrepancies in her story happening today, the US Senate Judiciary committee will vote to nominate William bar for you. As acting attorney. General chairman Lindsey Graham says I think we need a new attorney general appreciate what mister Wicker's done. But I think the time has come for new leadership department. Matthew, what was appointed by President Trump after Jeff Sessions resigned? Now, President Trump plans to nominate bar to had the Justice department. Devote expected to happen sometime around ten forty five this morning. A seventy two year old man accused of killing his wife and Scottsdale az told police he left his wife's body for hours while he went to a casino to gamble. According to court documents Joseph Miller changed out of his blood soaked clothes withdrew money from the Bank. And then went gambling after returning home. He called police he's facing murder charges. A key house panel is taking its first step today and getting access to President Trump's tax returns Democrats on the House Ways, and means committee note that today's hearing is a baby step. They will hear from experts who will discuss whether or not the committee has legal standing to access the president's tax returns. Another question is whether and how quickly the treasury department is required to respond to the request. The IRS does contain a provision allowing the chairman of this committee and to. Others to request in view tax returns. But the application of the law remains relatively untested alley. Rogan ABC news Capitol Hill..

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"joseph miller" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on Revision Path

"A seat at the table yeah with with a company that takes risks like you say it's a kind of a financial slash business publication is sort of makes sense that they would also take risks in the in the area of design so i get that i get yeah and you know mike bloomberg himself is by nature a risk taker and he is basically a huge startup you know his private company at something he started and was able to build into the super successful organization but i think it still has that kind of startup scrappy quality regardless of how big it is what's the design community like for you in the city i mean new york is one of a kind you know there's people from all over the world you know some of the the top talent from anywhere in any discipline all here there's always some sort of event going on a recently last month went to something that aig put on about vr and ar and how that's kind of gaining some momentum as it relates to the world of design and creative industry i think there's always something related to mike career there's always a workshop where class or something that will sort of help round out and expand my skill set so that's what i've always always want to remind myself of that whenever i'm feeling a little lethargic or something as simple as just going to museum you know there's just so much fingertips when it comes to like your general like design sensibilities who are some of your influences i came from san francisco and i i've always been influenced by murals and graffiti you know so some of the great graffiti artists of the eighties from movies like wild style and so that that kind of helped shape me even some just local graffiti artists to see how they were able to quickly improvise in develop their own style and technique and then i grew up in a in a neighborhood the mission that was very predominantly latino in there was just a there still is this really rich cultural heritage of of neural painting so i've definitely been inspired by diego rivera another great murless and then sort of moving more into like graphic design swiss designers joseph miller brockman and there's a dutch designer wim crowley who i'm a huge fan of end in i mean there's there's so many just contemporary folks delic up to always eager to hear from folks like a james victoria and others that i think they're different folks that i looked to in then i pull inspiration from and then they are in the world of design but then there are also fine artists are architects or musicians in i think it's you know i want to make sure that i'm always looking beyond just graphic design as an influence i need to see wild style i saw the the basquiat documentary recently the one that just came out for real have you seen that i haven't no there's a lot of footage in there from wild styles elective got interviews with leaking janas and like it's it's basically about basquiat leading up to his like big discovery into the art world documentary it's short it's like about maybe hour not over an hour and thirty minutes like it's a it's a short documentary but it's packed with like like i left at the inner like really inspired because it just had so much footage and interviews and stuff i was like man it really kind of let you see what new york was like back then in the late seventies early eighties and how that environment contributed to producing an artist like basquiat those really good yeah the grit right yeah was like broken abandoned buildings and rundown sort of neighborhoods but then there's some beautiful art going on and some really sort of out there cultural movements happening yes when did you decide to make the move to new york city two thousand five and it kind of happened pretty spontaneously i went to school they land went to clark atlanta university in the night.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Great stories about seven women are caught with gold bars hidden in there where was this i want you to read a that you can use that word because it's more of a science term right now than anything else could i don't want people to think it was hidden when i whenever i say it's hidden in area yeah i guess that's fine a group of south korean tourists with the painful links yet they had jumped in the trunk it so they had did these women there are seven of them they were in their 50s 60s and they were caught eric customs so they were flying from south korea to japan and our 50s 60s and they were doing this yes and they went through painful lang's and i guess this in the first time i guess this happens often because japan has a tax on gold at it increased recently so they beginning a lot of people trying to hide but they hid gold bars yeah and they said that the they'll be able to get them back as long as they pay the consumption tax see this is why you need invest in bitcoin there's no need the stuff bitcoin up at noah bodily orifices but but i think gold holds its value longterm little better than bitcoin mostly georgia woman burns down twenty homes after losing her house in a divorce settlement her name is adrian sattar lay i will give you her picture in a moment she burned down twenty homes where where they will this has neighborhood of shotgun shacks fifg i don't know cake judge the knee ride what me there has to be a pretty big higher than take out twenty homes i mean she killed two dogs in one cat in the process which is pretty sad the fire quickly spread out if more where their names it did that the cats names were randy and eddie and the dogs name was duran there were two dogs in the cath right the only serves the needs around hopeful that the oral on case law man accused of trying to cure will tried to go on the globe a man accused of tried to kill elderly remain over utility bill don't you hate it when this happens is that oregon lot oregon stories this week leo joseph miller tried to kill the.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Radio i'm lead maths the ninety six tennessee farm bureau convention an annual meeting his underway williamson county is farm leaders from across the state are attending state president jeff aitken is a washington county beef tobacco and roque rob farmers were very excited as our convention draws near at the thought of have enough farm bureau leaders and farmers from all across the state to come in to not only celebrate our successes of the past year but to address what we perceive will be ah issues and concerns as we move into a new year aitken's as as part of his president to dress to the farm bureau delegates he'll talk about the organisation's legislative successes this past year for farmers and rural tennessee once the stronger partnerships for the egg industry that are being developed we've had the visit from a usda secretary sonny perdue the epa administrator scott pruitt the we had the a fbf president zipping duval spin on an entire week here in tennessee which was uh maybe a first for our state we also governor has them you know he took a statewide agriculture to her which uh highlighted the our great industry so from those perspectives i think it's been a very successful two thousand seventeen as part of the farm bureau convention the state young farmers and ranchers have been meaning is wells and saturday and outgoing chairman joseph miller of loud and county says she thinks it's vital that more young people get involved in foreign bureau in our work very important or young people like me and everyone involved in africa walter chains promote the industry and advocate for it the way that farm bureau does we all need to be a part of it and these conventions this one in particular sets the stage for what we're going to plan throughout the next year recession convention will start today and conclude tomorrow for tennessee home in farm radio i'm lee mats this edition of the tennessee home and farm news brought to you by your coffee county farm.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on Nightline

"I need to be patient in i need to be a good list luckily for me however i'm innocent in this is all a set an but i'm starting to see how complex this process is interogations are not an exact science and there's plenty that can go wrong or right garrett shows me some techniques inaction i am i got a gun this from the interrogation of michael dunn who shot and killed seventeen year old jordan davis in a seven eleven parking lot in a dispute over loud music must go down in comes up with some that is a shocking done tells the auditors he feared for his life and then day counter with the facts widow it said the detectives accurately say will michael used you keep telling us in this video that you were you were you were scared for your lights that you thought they were going to kill you how does than driving away you firing a trust of them how does that protect you in another detectives patiently listened to shocking details from serial killer joseph miller great ernie no he may get a unit or views on these detectives do a great job of this sort of walking down the street not being judgmental not oh my god you did that to her that's why it is so important in my view who you get to do interview in interrogation with that can come some mistakes including innocent people confessing to a crime they didn't commit and as shopping is that sounds one out of four people wrongfully convicted and later exonerated by dna evidence have made a false confession or incriminating saved they typically happens when you have agents in detectives did this keep going at you and going at you and people will that sometimes give up that they have done something that they did do because.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Does bruce start the same line of a tnt or does he started more defensive settled to hit on the counter we were talking about that i'm glad you brought that in because at one of my notes here was how to approach that last game we we should say that a draw for the us um will assure them of at least the fourth spot right because if honduras does win out and the us draws their match against trinidad honduras would leap the us so can you play i'm not saying go to trinidad and play for the draw the us should go there with the mentality to win but do you may be put another defensive midfielder out there next to michael bradley uh rather than him when we cover that we've iso we've advocated for that before uh that you could that four two three one iota uh i don't think he's going to do that though personally i think if he played the same eleven i would be fun this is the guy you pulled up a fight enormous five at the back against mexico it was a you know a a very defensive formation against mexico so you don't know loncle bruce of his seen tonight is a he's quite enigmatic finally and we got loads of tweets and i'm sorry didn't get to all of them bought at joseph miller as me ask a reading that fire off the rest of our centrebacks that is not worth looking at with upcoming friendlies he is not the first person that i have heard in the last couple of weeks raise that point my point i think me as guy should be in the squad personally that is my personal view bought bruce seems to have more faith or knowledge or trust in um bees are even.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Does bruce start the same line of a tnt or does he started more defensive settled to hit on the counter we were talking about that i'm glad you brought that in because at one of my notes here was how to approach that last game we we should say that a draw for the us um will assure them of at least the fourth spot right because if honduras does win out and the us draws their match against trinidad honduras would leap the us so can you play i'm not saying go to trinidad and play for the draw the us should go there with the mentality to win but do you may be put another defensive midfielder out there next to michael bradley uh rather than him when we cover that we've iso we've advocated for that before uh that you could that four two three one iota uh i don't think he's going to do that though personally i think if he played the same eleven i would be fun this is the guy you pulled up a fight enormous five at the back against mexico it was a you know a a very defensive formation against mexico so you don't know loncle bruce of his seen tonight is a he's quite enigmatic finally and we got loads of tweets and i'm sorry didn't get to all of them bought at joseph miller as me ask a reading that fire off the rest of our centrebacks that is not worth looking at with upcoming friendlies he is not the first person that i have heard in the last couple of weeks raise that point my point i think me as guy should be in the squad personally that is my personal view bought bruce seems to have more faith or knowledge or trust in um bees are even.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on WTVN

"Of his accusers claims was bolstered by her mother so yesterday they had a woman who accused him of doing the same thing that he's accused of doer of uh of doing with the andrea constand but this woman is not a part of the trial she is a part of the a look he's done this before a part of the prosecution and uh her a claims from yesterday were bolstered by her mother and workers compensation lawyer today during day two of the comedian sexual assault trial seventy nine year olds charged gore's with sexual resulting andrea constand at his suburban philadelphia state in two thousand four uh prosecutors opened their case yesterday calling another woman to the stand kelly johnson to show the former cosby show's star had a habit of drugging women and molesting them johnson testified yesterday the she lost consciousness shortly after cosby pressured her into taking a large white pill and once she awoke cosby was naked then forced her to gratify him with her hand johnson's mother patrice saw testified today better daughter was distraught during a telephone call in nineteen ninetysix fearing caused me was trying to get her fired from her job working for the comedians agents a few weeks later soules said johnson disclosed that she woke up next to cosby in bed with their closes skew the defense of course attacked her credibility over discrepancies in our accounts in including the year it occurred cosby grand at the defense table as she struggled to explain and her mother soul who prosecutors hoped would corroborate johnson stories said they didn't go to police the time because her husband a los angeles detective feared the ordeal uh the ordeal would ensue johnson told a similar story in nineteen ninety six when she gave sworn testimony in a deposition it attached to a worker's compensation claim parents so she didn't go to the cops she went to workers comp and joseph miller a workers cop lawyer testified today he was taken aback ac when johnson said she'd been drugged him violated by cosby he said johnson made the disclosure while pursuing a claim that she developed debilitating stress for her secretarial job miller said johnson was tearful as she described waking up on a bed with dress pulled down and her breasts exposed the tales that match the story johnson told on the stand but miller's time.

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"joseph miller" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

WJR-AM News Talk 760

01:55 min | 5 years ago

"joseph miller" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760

"Out if you're a candidate for what we can that's with that first won't coke that's right when we come back doctor joseph miller will return of we'll talk about so i have like a stenosis bad discs and what you can expect from the disk institute you're listening to the dr minimal show right here on news talk seven sixty w jr you really want to avoid backward neck surgery a you're tired of losing the quality of your life well tonight your discovery what it takes to turn your situation around most people blindly except the establishment treatments and still end up with spinal surgery and if you know anyone that has had back toward neck surgery they usually wish they never went down that path unfortunately there's been no other option until doctor joseph mentality see created produced institute eight years ago now in four states of thousands of patience later his deuce instituted verified by third party success rate of ninety eight percent if you're the type of person that's not willing to accept at but durant injection and spinal surgery to the dr miller show is for you there's a reason that the establishment almost always fails with patients like you doctor minella is explaining why that is and giving you specific action steps so you to can avoid you're spinal surgery you deserve better the doctor minimum shoulders to shortly don't come enunwa dc listen to this or have spinal surgery you have not done answers for your so i had a cover your stenosis in the pain with your bad desks but it's not your fall for over one hundred years your status when doctors only prescribe you drugs there was unhappy on jackson's that don't work at the disk institute you will finally get the answer that allows you to avoid your spinal surgery call five eight six four one six desk that's five eight six four one six three four today.

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