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"laura jacobson" Discussed on Transcaster Radio

Transcaster Radio

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on Transcaster Radio

"You're listening to trance Caster radio a podcast about trans light and all that goes along with it. You can listen to the show anywhere you enjoy podcast and I would love for you to bring up rate and give a review and helps us reach more people and I greatly appreciate now. Enjoy the show. Hey trance casters, welcome to this week's episode of transcatheter radio. I'm your host Kayden Taylor today. I have Adrian Shanker the editor from the book bodies and barriers and Laura Jacobson a therapist and author and one of the authors of bodies and barriers. Welcome both of you two trains Guster radio. I'm so happy you're both here today. Thanks so much for having us. So I want to start out with you all giving me your 30 to 60 second elevator pitch of who you are and which ever one wants to go first can go first. I'm Adrian Shanker. I'm the editor of bodies and barriers Square activists on health and I run an LGBT community center bradbury-sullivan LGBT community center in Allentown, Pennsylvania. I'm um, I'm a white says queer man who has worked in queer activism for my entire career and for me, you know, this book was about ensuring the lgbtq + people can have our voices heard when it comes to the health challenges that many of us experience, you know, frequently throughout our lives. fantastic And Laura sure. Hi, I'm Laura Jacobs. I contributed a chapter two.

"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Extremely beneficial. Because I would've gone to college blind like not really knowing where I can do this. Consider which was my mom. 'cause my mom's ones paying for it. He says after taking the class he did some thinking and made some financially based decisions he got into his number one choice for College Northern Illinois a university but decided to attend the more Affordable University of Illinois at Chicago. He switched his major from psychology to marketing. A career he thinks will be more lucrative taken out. Loans isn't fun this interest in it a cruise. And you know I just thought about like my mom you know like how much like she would have to work because you was tonight. Cheap back in Laura Jacobson's class she says even if students don't take out college loans. The lessons apply to other future decisions. Like buying a home or paying off major medical expenses fences Jacobson says a few parents thanked her for the course and said they wish they had something similar when they were teens. This adulting one on one. Should you have your. I'm poppy no you can't have your parents hall on your behalf. Because one day she tells the class it will be their responsibility susie on WBZ news having apparent behind bars can negatively impact a child for the rest of his or her life. I had a chance to speak. With reporter Maureen mckinney about about her latest story on the impact of appearance incarceration on a child and what could be done to protect those bonds so marine. What led you to look at the issue of children of the incarcerated? I was looking through some bills that were approved last year and to caught my eye about children of the incarcerated rated one was to create a task force to look at the issue of what can be done to help and the other requires judges to take into consideration how defendants children will be impacted by their sentence. You've written about this Just recently and other Illinois issues piece that you put together a Gibson background on that a bit of a recap on on the earlier story less week focused and the harm that done to children when their parents are incarcerated They are more likely to end up in prison themselves. More likely to have health issues mental and physical and and more likely to use drugs. People I talked to said that's why creating the task force was important. Certain that we need to look out for those kids whose parents are already in prison or in in jail awaiting sentencing marine. Can you describe some of the problems. The advocate you interview cited first of all like eighty eighty percent of the women in prisoner parents and the locations aren't conducive for people who live in Chicago of the women who are in prison forty percent are from Chicago and the prisons are located in Lincoln and Decatur which Earth Hundred Canady miles approximately from Chicago. They also talked about visitation. How that can be extremely scary and off putting for children when advocate talked about children seeing their mothers and being very very excited and then they run up against the glass. Can't touch their mothers or reach out to them and they get very very frustrated and the mothers will be so upset about that. They won't want to have the children visit again and visitations important because is it helps keep up the bond between parents and child. So can this issue be dealt with quickly Probably not it's A problem with the criminal justice system in it's entirety throughout the nation. So it's it's not unique to our Norway Illinois does have some unique situations like the largest women's prison logan in Lincoln has real issues with its visiting area for instance children learn who are coming to visit find it to be cold barren. There aren't a lot of toys. I guess thirty three percent percent of jails don't even have contact visits which the advocates are really supportive of. That's reporter Marine Gene mckinney. She wrote about how children are impacted by having apparent in jail or in prison and you can read her full story. We have a link at our website at statewide show dot com uh-huh in politics.

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"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Beneficial? Because I would've gone to college blind to like not really really knowing where I can do this. Consider towards my mom because my mom is one is paying for it. He says after taking the class he did some thinking and made some financially based decisions he got into into his number one choice for college other Nilo University but decided to attend the more Affordable University of Illinois at Chicago. He switched his major psychology to marketing career. He thinks will be more lucrative taking all loans is in Fundus interest into crews and. I just thought about like my mom. You know like how much like she would. I have to work because he was cheap. Back in Laura Jacobson's class she says even if students don't take out college loans. The lessons apply to other future decisions. Just like buying a home or paying off. Major Medical Expenses Jacobson says a few parents have thanked her for the course and said they wish they'd had something similar when they were teens. This adulting one or one should you have you know. You can't have your parents call on your behalf. Because one day she tells the class it will will be their responsibility susie on WBZ news having apparent behind bars can negatively impact a child for the rest of his or her life. I had a chance to speak. With reporter Marine mckinney. About her latest story on the impact of appearance incarceration on a child and what could be done to protect those bonds so marine. What led you to look at the issue of children of incarcerated? I was looking through some bills that were approved last year and to caught my eye about children of the incarcerated one was to create a task force to look at the issue of what it can be done to help and the other requires judges to take into consideration how defendants children children will be impacted by their sentence. You've written about this Just recently another Illinois issues piece you put together a give some background on that a bit of a recap happen on the earlier story last week focused and the harm that's done to children when their parents are incarcerated rated they are more likely to end up in prison themselves more likely to have health issues mental and physical and more likely to use drugs. People I talked to said that's why Mike Creating the task force was important that we need to look out for those kids whose parents are are already in prison or in jail awaiting sentencing marine. Can you describe some of the problems. The advocates you interview cited first of all like eighty percent of the women in prisoner parents and the locations aren't conducive for for people who live in Chicago of the women who are in prison forty percent are from Chicago and the prisons are located in Lincoln and Decatur which Earth hundred eighty miles approximately from Chicago. They also talked about visitation. How that can be extremely scary? An off-putting for children. When advocate talked about children been seeing their mothers and being very excited and then they run up against the glass? Can't touch their mothers. There's or reach out to them and they get very very frustrated and the mothers will be so upset about that. They won't want to have the children visit again again and visitations important because it helps keep up the bond between parents and child so can this issue be dealt with quickly Probably not it's a problem with the criminal justice system in its entirety the throughout the nation. So it's not unique talent away Illinois does have some unique situations like the the largest women's prison logan in Lincoln has real issues with its visiting visiting area for instance children who are coming to visit. Find it to be cold baron. There is a lot of toys. I guess thirty three percent of jails don't even have contact visits which the advocates are really supportive of. That's reporter Maureen mckinney. She wrote about how children are impacted by having a parent in jail or in prison and you can read her full story..

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"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Extremely beneficial. Because I would have gone gone to college blind to like not really knowing where I can do this. Consider towards my mom because my mom's wounds paying for it he says after taking the class he did some thinking and made some financially based as decisions he got into his number one choice for College Northern Illinois University but decided to attend the more Affordable University of Illinois at Chicago. He switched his major drew from psychology. To marketing occur he thinks will be more lucrative taking all loans is in fundus interest in it accrues. And you know I just thought about like my mom you like. How much like she would have to work? As an was not cheap back in Laura Jacobson's class she says even students don't take out college loans. The lessons apply to other future decisions. Like buying a home or paying off major medical expenses Jacobson says a few parents have thanked her for the course and said they wish they'd had something similar familar when they were teens. Adults WanNa want should you have you know. No you can't have your parents call on your behalf. Because one dave she tells the class it will be their responsibility susie on WBZ news having a parent behind bars can negatively impact a child for the rest. Most of his or her life. I had a chance to speak. With reporter Maureen mckinney about her latest story on the impact of appearance incarceration on a child. And what could be done to protect those spawns so marine. What led you to look at the issue of children of the incarcerated? I was looking through some bills that were approved last year and into caught my eye about children of the incarcerated one was to create a task force to to look at the issue of what can be done to help and the other requires judges to take into consideration how how defendants children will be impacted by their sentence. You've written about this Just recently another Illinois issues piece that you put together a give some background on that a bit of a recap on on the earlier story last week focused and the harm that's done to children. The parents are incarcerated They are more likely to end up in prison themselves. More likely to have health issues mental and physical and more likely to use drugs. People I talked to Doc said that's why creating task force was important that we need to look out for those kids whose the parents are already in prison or in jails awaiting sentencing marine. Can you describe some of the problems the advocates you. You interviewed cited first of all like eighty percent of the women in prisoner parents and the locations aren't aren't conducive for people who live in Chicago of the women who are in prison forty percent are from Chicago and the prisons Are located in Lincoln and Decatur which Earth hundred eighty miles approximately from Chicago. They also talked about visitation and how that can be extremely scary an off-putting for children When advocate talked about about children seeing their mothers and being very excited and then they run up against the glass? Can't can't touch their mothers or reach out to them and they get very very frustrated and the mothers will be so upset about that. They won't want in to have the children visit again and visitations important because it helps keep up the bond between parents and child so can this issue be dealt with with quickly probably not. It's a problem with the criminal justice system in its entirety throughout the nation. So it's not unique Talal Norway Eleanor. Way Does have some unique situations. Sounds like the largest women's prison logan in Lincoln has real issues with its visiting area for instance children who are coming to visit find it to be cold. Barren there is a Lotta data toys. I guess thirty three percent of jails don't even have contact visits which the advocates are really supportive of. That's reporter Maureen mckinney. She wrote about how children are impacted by having apparent in jail or in prison and you can read her full story. We have a link at our website. Statewide show DOT COM Politics Television.

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"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Beneficial. Because I would've gone to college blind to like narrowly knowing where I can do this consider towards my mom mom my mom's ones paying for it. He says after taking the class he did some thinking and made some financially based decisions he got into his number one choice for College Northern Illinois University City but decided to attend the more Affordable University of Illinois at Chicago. He switched his major from psychology to marketing. A career he thinks will be more lucrative taking all all loans isn't fun this interest in a cruise. And you know I just thought about like my mom you know like how much like she would have to work as an was not cheap back in Laura Jacobson's class. She says even if students don't take out college loans the lessons apply to other future decisions like buying a home or paying off major medical expenses. Jacobson says a few parents thanked her for the course and said they wish they'd had something similar when they were teens. This adulting WANNA one. Should you have your policy. You know you can't have your parents call on your behalf. Because one day she tells the class it will be their responsibility susie on WBZ WBZ news having apparent behind bars can negatively impact a child for the rest of his or her life. I had a chance to speak. With reporter Maureen mckinney about her lead story on the impact of appearance incarceration on a child. And what could be done to protect those bonds so marine. What led you to look at the issue of children of the incarcerated serrated? I was looking through some bills that were approved last year and to caught my eye about children of the incarcerated one was to create a task force to look at the issue of what can be done to help and the the other requires judges to take into consideration how defendants children will be impacted by their sentence. You've written about this Just recently and other Illinois issues piece that you put together a give some background on that a bit of a recap on on the earlier story last week focused and the harm that's done to children when their parents are incarcerated They are more are likely to end up in prison themselves. More likely to have health issues mental and physical and more likely to use drugs. People I talked to said that's why creating the task force was important that we need to look out for those kids whose parents are already in prison or in jail sales awaiting sentencing marine. Can you describe some of the problems. The advocate you interview cited first of all like eighty percent. One of the women in prisoner parents and the locations aren't conducive for people who live in Chicago of the women. Men who are in prison forty percent are from Chicago and the prisons are located in Lincoln and Decatur which Earth hundred eighty eighty miles approximately from Chicago. They also talked about visitation. How that can be extremely scary and off putting for children When advocate talked about children seeing their mothers and being very excited excited and then they run up against the glass? Can't touch their mothers or reach out to them and they get very very very frustrated and the mothers will be so upset about that they want to have the children visit again and visitations important because it helps hopes keep up the bond between parents and child so can this issue be dealt with quickly. Probably not it's a problem with the criminal justice system in it's entirety throughout the nation. So it's not unique talent away ellen way does have some unique situations like the largest women's prison logan in Lincoln..

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"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Beneficial? Because I would have gone to college blind to like not really knowing where I can do this. Consider towards my mom because my mom's ones paying for it. He says after taking the class he did some thinking and made some financially based decisions he got into number one choice for College Northern Illinois University but decided to attend the more Affordable University of Illinois at Chicago. He's switched his major from psychology to marketing. A career he thinks will be more lucrative. Taking all loans is in funders interest I in a cruise and you know I just thought about like my mom. You know like how much like she would have to work because he was not cheap. Back in Laura Jacobson's class she says even if students don't take out college loans. The lessons apply to other future decisions. Like buying a home or paying off major medical expenses. Jacobson says a few parents parents have thanked her for the course and said they wish they'd had something similar when they were teens. This is a daunting one on one. Should you have you know you can't have your parents hall on your behalf. Because one day she tells the class it will be their responsibility Tuzon. WBZ News having having apparent behind bars can negatively impact a child for the rest of his or her life I had a chance to speak. With reporter Marine mckinney. About her latest story on the impact of appearance. Appearance Incarceration on a child. And what could be done to protect those bonds. So Maureen. What led you to look at the issue of children of incarcerated? I was looking through some bills that were approved last year and to caught my eye about children of the incarcerated one John was to create a task force to look at the issue of what can be done to help and the other requires fires judges to take into consideration how defendants children will be impacted by their sentence. You've written about this Just recently another Illinois issues piece that you put together a Gibson background on that a bit of a recap on on the earlier story last week focused and and the harm that done to children when their parents are incarcerated They are more likely to end up in prison. Present themselves more likely to have health issues mental and physical and more likely to use drugs. People I talked to said that's why creating the task force was important that we need in to look out for those kids whose parents are already in prison or in jails awaiting sentencing marine. Can you describe some of the problems. The advocates you interviewed cited first of all like eighty percent of the women in prisoner parents. Parents and the locations aren't conducive for people who live in Chicago of the women who are in prison forty percent are from Chicago and the prisons are located in Lincoln and Decatur which Earth hundred eighty miles approximately from Chicago ago. They also talked about visitation. How that can be extremely Scary and off putting Golden When advocate talked about children seeing their mothers and being very excited and then they run up against the glass? Can't touch their mothers or reach out to them and they get very very frustrated and the mothers will be so upset about that. They won't want to have the children visit again and visitations important because it helps keep up the bond between parents and child so can this issue be dealt with quickly Probably not it's a problem with with the criminal justice system in its entirety throughout the nation. So it's not unique Towel Annoy Ellen way. It does have some unique situations like the largest women's prison logan. In Lincoln MM can has real issues with its visiting area for instance children who are coming to visit find it to be cold barren there. I know a lot of toys. I guess thirty three percent of jails don't even have can tag visits which the advocates are really supportive of. That's reporter Marine mckinney. She wrote about how children are impacted affected by having apparent in jail or in prison and you can read her full story. We have a link at our website at statewide show dot com. Uh Politics Television and social media or once again rich sources for abuse of the English language during the past year. They're the main contributors contributors to the latest list of words and phrases banished from the Queen's English for misuse overuse and general uselessness as herb tricks tells us more the two thousand nineteen banished list is the forty fifth to be issued by Lake Superior State University in Michigan in past years it was overseen by the Public Relations Office but this year became the responsibility of the English department. Mary McMahon is an associate professor of English and creative writing and a member of the banished word committee. The list serves a really interesting role. There are a lot of organizations nationwide that that Nominate a word of the year. Like the Miriam Webster Dictionary. He does one The Association of Linguists does one but they just nominate one word of the year. And it's sort of like experts. Nominating that and this list. As as far as I know is the only List where the American populous can actually nominate words. So it's a way for people to be word. Eric watchers themselves and then to keep an eye on the language and the winner. She says hands down with the most. Nominations is the phrase quid pro quo in Latin. It just means something or something and it actually comes The first reported instance of the phrases actually all the way back in the sixteenth century so It started with apothecary when they would substitute one medication for another. Sometimes they would intentionally substitute them. But another times they wait fraudulently substitute one medication for another. And as the years passed It started to be any substitution of one thing for another uh-huh and then it started to have the negative connotation that we have with the with the phrase now where it sort of means pay for play from the pretentious section action of the list. Comes the word artisanal which appears on a lot of menus these days trying to make your water salad dressing or sandwich. Sound more exciting and from the explosion of food shows incites comes mouth feel. That was the one that surprised me to But but basically it's the word that is used to describe ride the texture of food in your mouth but texture isn't good enough you have to say mouth steel which is which just kinda gross. Because where else are you gonNA put your food or are we gonNA talk about foot. Feel our hands then. There's literally the the word literally means the synonym for actually right. And the way that it has been changing over. The years is to is it actually. Has I become its own anthem. So instead of meaning actually people are using it for emphasis or for For figurative so I could say I was so surprised my head literally exploded which would mean that my head actually exploded but people are using it for emphasis meaning that You know my head almost exploded for figurative. So it's a very interesting word that's become I mean it's opposite. McMillan says an important source of words and phrases raises for the banishment. List in recent years has been social media including friend is a verb Google Selfie and ghosting the latest editions thanks to social media included clued chirp Jelly and tote one that was new to me was Chirp And I talked to my students about this one They they had said that it was an an insult For that millennial us to talk about somebody who is insulting someone else. So it's verb. SORTA like tweet is a very where you say. I tweeted about district. And you're talking about what you're saying on twitter but CHIRP is sort of like talking about something but talking about it negatively So I get get chart for being out of touch for not knowing that word. Joey knows an abbreviation of the word jealous. While tote is another abbreviation for totally. And if there's some use of a word phrase it really bothers you some new and terrible pretension or let's face it something on social media that US older people just don't understand like Superior State University accepts nominations all year round. Just go to L. SSU DOT EDU slash vanished. I'm herb tricks tricks. The city of Aurora appointed its first Poet Lore yet Yvonne Booze tells us more careful let Christianson and is most comfortable surrounded by books like here at the Aurora Library West brant. She's written around. How three thousand poems and has created several collections of her work? She shares these with close friends and family she flips through one of her many manuscripts. Then she finds a poem to read. We went out to clean the riverbank. Big Black sacks heavy gloves sturdy boots to clear clear the bottles and cans and shoes and carts and tires and tanks and beds and cords and bikes and on and on and on. What are we thinking? Are we so rich. That nothing warrants. Our attention the night before we saw the Dalai Lama smile. That poem is called trash and the Dalai Lama. It was written April of two thousand and eight poulet Chris and started writing when she was fourteen years old. She started by journaling which eventually turned into poetry autry. She says she was inspired by her English teacher. I brought things into show to my teacher and he was very encouraging In fact I want a national teachers of English writing contests and now she's the first poet laureate of Aurora fillet. Chris and says she wasn't going to apply for the position. Listen I was encouraged by some friends to change my mind and so I did and when I saw the application I changed my mind completely. She says the application had meaningful questions and it showed that the staff of the mayor's office had done their research poulet Christians than is a retired city worker but retirement didn't stop her work within the community in two thousand and thirteen. She Co founded a local poetry group. Eight town poetics. She credits this group. I think the work that town poetics has done in the community in terms of raising awareness about poetry in terms of hosting some curated readings and events helped my name rise to the top there. There were three other finalists. Those finalists are now deputy poet laureates they inclu Anthony Staffer Quinton Johnson and for Meena Ponce. She says she plans Lhasa work closely with them. But I also hope along with three other people that are going to be part of our little poetry Passi that we can reach out to organizations in the community. She says her mission is to work with the city's young people. I'm hoping that we can encourage kids to write to not be afraid of writing to not be intimidated. Aided by the notion of poetry Poulet Christus and set poetry is her preferred platform because of his power and the poetry section of the Aurora Public Library. West branch Chad Myers the work of her role models. This looks like all the Portland. Well many of the poet laureate so Billy Collins One of my favorites I love him because he writes about every day. Life Collins was the poet laureate of the United States between two thousand one and two thousand and three and while he was poet laureate He created a program program called one hundred and eighty days of poems. She says she wants to incorporate something. Similar in Aurora Phil Let Christian will hold the title of Port Laureate through April of twenty twenty one and official installation ceremony will take place in January at Gwendolyn Brooks Elementary School. This ceremony will include the poet laureate as well as is that three. Deputy poet laureates. I'm Yvonne Booze. A longtime collector of rare sheet music has died. Lee Schreiner donated much of his collection to Northern Illinois University University. where it found new life genitally has that story in two thousand fourteen leash? Reiner of Rockford started donating his collection to his Alma Mater Librarians at northern in Illinois University created an online database for the world. War One sheet music which is now in the public domain one of the pieces called the Third Illinois. Infantry March played here.

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"laura jacobson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Dot art bell dot com and scroll down to the name Laura, Jacobson and, you will see among others before. Graf of this spirit or whatever it is depressing on a cat But you will also see. A photograph actually a couple of them of me taken let's see it was one twenty six twenty one In the morning Zero, one two, six two one which is an interesting time by itself Reads the same going. Both ways zero one two six, two one one twenty six twenty one and, if, you, read it, backwards it's one twenty six twenty one It was taken on On the twelfth of. December of ninety seven And Laurie which she she did see it during the break a chance? To, be an obvious question where, you smoking well actually I smoke a lot but, I I was not at that moment smoking but it doesn't matter You've got to remember that I've been taking these photographs, one every minute or forty. Five seconds more, likely for years now years so it, probably goes, to hundreds of thousands of photographs and there has never been another one like this taken of. Me, while I'm sitting here smoking, so that one doesn't work nothing even close nothing, even vaguely close nothing And so take a. Good look at it it's. One of the links under. Lawry's name and you'll get and people said well he's got white hair and so we had asked. Put another photograph up to prove to people that I, don't have white hair I mean clearly toward the front part of my head the frontal lobe, area you will see something. Gathered about me. There's no question about, it So take a look at that, see what you think, at that very instant I was talking. With a guest about harlot The. Satan worshiper, at about her son who she. Was going to take to hell with her. She said she had ensured it she said And. At that very instant this photograph. Was snapped And got saved And it has never, ever been explained nor is. It now explained so you will see that under the links with the pictures that Lori Jacobson has provided for tonight show Larry Jacobson by the, way is a a friend. And worked with Dr berry Taff and I know that you all remember or you should Dr Larry Taff Who worked on some very special stuff that Lori we'll tell. You about And anyway we will continue with all of this in a moment but. For those of you that had never seen that nineteen ninety seven picture it definitely definitely is, one to puzzle about.

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"laura jacobson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Bell dot com and scroll down to the name Laura Jacobson and. You will see among others. The photograph of this spirit or whatever. It is depressing on a cat But you will also see, a photograph actually a couple of them of me taken let's see it was one twenty six twenty one In the morning Zero, one two, six two one which is an interesting. Time by itself it reads the same going both, ways, zero, one two six two one one twenty. Six twenty one and if you, read it backwards it's, one twenty six twenty one It was taken on On the twelfth of. December of ninety seven And Laurie she she did see it during the break. Chance, me and obvious question we, is smoking well actually I smoke a lot, but I was not at that moment smoking but it doesn't matter You've got to remember that I've been taking these photographs one every minute or, forty five seconds more likely. For years now. Ears so it probably goes to hundreds. Of. Thousands of photographs and there has never been another one like this taken of me. While, I'm sitting here smoking so, that one doesn't work nothing even close nothing, even vaguely close nothing And so take a. Good look at it it's. One of the links under. Lawry's name and you'll get people said boys for you got white hair and so we had, asked. Put another photograph up to prove to people that I, don't have white hair I mean clearly toward the front part of my head the frontal lobe, area you will see something. Gathered about me. There's no question about, it So take a look at that, see what you think, at that very instant I was talking. With a guest about harlot The Satan. Worshiper at, about her son who she was. Going to take to hell with her she. Said and she had ensured it she said At, that very instant this photograph. Was snapped And got saved And it has never, ever been explained nor is. It now explained so you will see that under the links with the pictures that Lori Jacobson has provided for tonight show Lori Jacobson, by the way is a a friend and worked with, Dr berry Taff and I know that you all remember or you should Dr berry Taff Who worked on some very special stuff that Lori will tell you about And anyway we will continue with all of this in a moment, but for those of you that had never seen that nineteen Ninety-seven picture it definitely definitely.

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"laura jacobson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Dot art bell dot com and scroll down to the name Laura Jacobson. And you will see among. Others photograph of this spirit or whatever. It is depressing on a cat But you will also see a, photograph actually a couple of them of me taken let's see it was one twenty six twenty one In the morning Zero, one two, six two one which is an interesting time by itself Reads the same going. Both ways zero one two six, two one one twenty six twenty one and, if, you, read it, backwards it's one twenty six twenty one It was taken on On on the twelfth of. December of ninety seven And Laurie asked what she she did see it during the. Break, and me and obvious question, where you smoking well actually I smoke a lot but, and I I was not at that moment smoking but it doesn't matter You've got to remember that I've been taking these photographs, one every minute or forty. Five seconds more. Likely for years now years so it probably goes to. Hundreds of thousands of photographs and there has never been another one like this taken. Of, me while I'm sitting here, smoking so that, one doesn't work nothing even close nothing, even vaguely close nothing And so take a. Good look at it it's. One of the links under. Lawry's name and you'll get and people said well he's got white hair and so we had actually. Put another photograph up to prove to people that I, don't have white hair I mean clearly toward the front part of my head the frontal lobe, area you will see something. Gathered about me. There's no question about, it So take a look at that, see what you think, at that very instant I was talking. With a guest about harlot The Satan. Worshiper at, about her son who she was. Going to take to hell with her she. Said and she had ensured it she said And at, that very instant this photograph. Was snapped And got saved And it has never, ever been explained nor is. It now explained so you will see that under the the links with the pictures that Lori Jacobson has provided for tonight show Larry Jacobson, by the way is a a friend and worked with. Dr berry Taff and I know that you all remember or you should Dr berry Taff Who worked on some very special stuff that Lori will tell you about And anyway we will continue with all of this in a moment, but for those of you that had never seen that nineteen Ninety-seven picture.

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"laura jacobson" Discussed on KSRO

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03:05 min | 3 years ago

"laura jacobson" Discussed on KSRO

"Dot com scroll down to the name Laura Jacobson. And, you will, see among others before the graph. Of this spirit or whatever it is depressing on a cat But you will also, see a photograph actually a couple of them of me taken let's see it was one twenty six twenty one In the morning Zero, one two, six two one which is an interesting time by itself Reads the same going both ways zero, one, two six two one one twenty six twenty one And. If you read, it, backwards it's one twenty six twenty one It was taken on On the on the twelfth of. December of ninety seven And Laurie asks what she she did see it. During, the break and champion obvious, question where you smoking well actually I smoke a, lot but I I was not at that moment smoking but it doesn't matter You've gotta remember that I've been taking these photographs one every, minute or forty five seconds. More likely for. Years now years so it probably goes to hundreds of. Thousands of photographs and there has never been another one like this taken of. Me, while I'm sitting here smoking, so that one doesn't work nothing even close nothing, even vaguely close nothing And so take a good look. At it it's one of. The links under Lawry's name and you'll get and people said well he's got white hair and so we had to actually. Put another photograph up to prove to people that I, don't have white hair I mean clearly toward the front part of my head the frontal lobe, area you will see something. Gathered about me, there's. No question about, it So take a look at that, see what you think, at that very instant I was talking. With a guest about harlot The. Satan worshiper, at about her son who she. Was going to take to hell with her. She said she had ensured it she said And. At that very instant this photograph. Was snapped And got saved And it has never, ever been explained nor is. It now explained so you will see that under the links with the pictures that Lori Jacobson has provided for tonight show Lori Jacobson by the way, is a a friend I. And worked with Dr berry Taff and I know that you all remember or you should Dr berry Taff Who worked on some very special stuff that Lori we'll tell you about And anyway we will continue with all of this in a moment, but for those of you that had never seen that nineteen Ninety-seven picture it definitely definitely.

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